A technology that could bring better, safer treatments to cancer patients worldwide might have fallen through the cracks. Now Tomotherapy, a Madison medical-device firm with more than 200 employees that has grown to $44 million in sales, could go public within a year, its founder said.
The company is run by Thomas "Rock" Mackie, a UW-Madison professor who was spurred into going commercial......Full article >>>
the mid 1990s the law firm started working with Mackie on Tomotherapy, leading to incorporation in 1997 and four rounds of venture financing.
And, Shively added, "It's a little bit of a story about the underdog. This is a company that started very small ... and is now competing against national and international companies."
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Massachusetts-based drug giant Genzyme.
Around Milwaukee, health-care companies such as Merge Technologies (medical imaging) and Criticare Systems (patient monitoring) join several manufacturing, IT and financial outfits. The giant GE Healthcare, though it has major operations in Milwaukee, is headquartered in the United Kingdom.
In all, a public Tomotherapy would join an exclusi......Full article >>>
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