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CAD system preps for shipping

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A low-volume CAD system, designed for clinics that perform fewer than 10 to 15 mammography procedures per day, is being prepped for delivery by its developer, iCAD. The new product, called iCAD iQ, is scheduled to begin shipping by mid-October. The

A low-volume CAD system, designed for clinics that perform fewer than 10 to 15 mammography procedures per day, is being prepped for delivery by its developer, iCAD. The new product, called iCAD iQ, is scheduled to begin shipping by mid-October. The system is designed to fit within the limited space requirements of smaller mammography clinics. It is simple to operate, allowing users to self-train, and will be priced about 30% below competing systems, according to iCAD.

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