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NeoMatrix, Inc., Awarded New Technology Agreement by Novation for HALO(R) Breast Pap Test
Date:2/2/2010

rams are less effective due to dense breast tissue that can obscure the detection of lesions. 

About NeoMatrix, LLC

Based in Irvine, Calif., NeoMatrix© develops innovative devices that allow women and their doctors to promote optimal breast health. The company's premier product, the HALO Breast Pap Test System, is the first fully automated, noninvasive breast cancer risk assessment tool designed for use in the primary care office setting. The System has been FDA cleared for the collection of nipple aspirate fluid for cytological evaluation for the determination and/or differentiation of normal versus pre-malignan
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