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NovaScan decides against tax credits

Milwaukee, Wis. - NovaScan, an early-stage medical imaging company developing what it believes to be a novel tool for early detection of breast cancer, had to bypass angel tax credits from the State of Wisconsin to finance clinical trials for its emerging technology.

The company instead has raised a total of $385,000 from a combination of five......

Full article >>> otype imaging device that might be able to distinguish between the electrical properties of healthy tissue and malignant tissue. By identifying the electrical properties of different tissues, including healthy and malignant, the company might be able to promote earlier detection of different cancers.

NovaScan has targeted breast cancer as its initial application, and it might eliminate o......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 08/15/06


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