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Surgical products company wins Governor's Business Plan Contest

Milwaukee, Wis. - In its third year as a contestent, Vector Surgical, an Oconomowoc business that is developing new medical instruments to improve breast cancer surgery, is the winner of the 2007 Governor's Business Plan Contest.

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Phillips said the next major step for Vector Surgical will be to launch its products, most of which were developed by her husband, Michael Phillips, a Milwaukee surgeon who co-founded the company and serves as its scientific advisor.

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With relatively simple changes, dramatic improvements can be made in the quality of cancer care," Phillips said.

Three additional products are still in development, including a LapMarker used to mark the abdominal wall during surgery.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/12/07


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