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Surgeons have little enough time without spending inordinate amounts of it on rote procedures. For Milwaukee-area general surgeon Michael Phillips, frustration with having t......

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His wife, Janet Phillips, runs the company and said the development of MarginMarket and EndoMarker was "a matter of being involved in a procedure and getting frustrated that one doesn't have the tools that make things as easy as possible."

"Whenever he feels that kind of frustration, then he thinks, 'What kind of tool might make this easier?......

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Michael and Janet Phillips are spending $180,000 of their own money to start the company and are looking to raise about $280,000 total, which they estimate is the amount needed to achieve profitability. In the mean time, the workshops and networking made available during this process have been "wonderful," Janet Phillips said.

"The process is worth it, even if w......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 04/13/05


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