BOWDOIN, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Brain surgery has come a long way since 1970, the year that FHC in Bowdoin got its start. A company that is the only producer of electrodes in Maine that help brain surgeons change lives.
It takes a microscope to see the work being done at FHC, where tiny electrodes are created at the acronym that stands for Frederick Haer and Company. It was Haer himself who started the company in 1970 and decided to shorten the name to FHC to take the focus off of him.
"Proud of the people we have and the environment we've created for working with our customers," said Haer.
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