WASHINGTON -- In response to reports that antitheft systems could occasionally interfere with the function of pacemakers and other internal medical devices, members of the medical industry, antitheft system manufacturers and the Food and Drug Administration here have joined forces to create a plan that is expected to alleviate concerns regarding the technologies. In the past, it has been reported that metal detectors and antitheft detection devices, specifically the electromagnetic field ...

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