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TechniScan Announces Adding Another Center to Worldwide Clinical Trials for New Breast Imaging System
Date:6/16/2010

-location">Rochester, Minnesota as well as limited imaging studies that support product development in Genoa, Italy and Salt Lake City, Utah.

"Overall we expect to image another 600 or more patients in our clinical program over the next 6-12 months," said Robinson. "These studies will provide us with critical information about the clinical utility and application of the WBU capabilities."

"The feedback that we are receiving from our scientists and radiologists at our study sites gives us good reasons to remain cautiously optimistic," said Klock.

Researchers involved in the studies will also utilize TechniScan's groundbreaking imaging network, which provides them with the ability to archive, store, and retrieve WBU images and relevant medical records and to collaborate with other research sites.  

"Our vision is to begin to create a database of thousands of breast images as well as the underlying and related image data," said Robinson. "With complete anonymity, women can contribute their mammograms, breast MRI's and WBU images along with related pathology and other information to provide researchers around the world an unprecedented opportunity to study breast cancer. TechniScan's imaging network will also allow timely and efficient collaboration of patient's records for her medical team's use. The concept is simple, yet revolutionary within the medical system and represents a key competitive advantage of the TechniScan system."

About TechniScan

TechniScan, Inc. is a medical device company engaged in the development and commercialization of a non-invasive imaging tool designed to provide physicians with automated ultrasound images of the human breast. TechniScan's WBU imaging device is limited
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