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Leading Chemical Weapons Preparedness Companies Announce Partnership to Deploy Break-through Diagnostic Test Internationally
Date:11/24/2011

sands of people that require immediate diagnosis and treatment. Treatment for chemical weapon nerve agent exposure often is most effective within the first 40 minutes. The RPS chemical nerve agent detector responds to this need by providing a rapid, accurate and cost-effective diagnosis at the point-of-care.

In early 2012, RPS expects to apply the CE mark to the RPS chemical nerve agent detector and begin discussions with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to bring it to market in the United States. The product is not currently CE-marked and is not yet available for sale in the United States.


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