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Caprius to add three joint ventures

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Breast MRI developer Caprius has received three letters of intent for joint ventures utilizing the Wilmington, MA-based company’s Aurora scanner, which is the only dedicated MRI breast imaging system to have received Food and Drug Administration

Breast MRI developer Caprius has received three letters of intent for joint ventures utilizing the Wilmington, MA-based company’s Aurora scanner, which is the only dedicated MRI breast imaging system to have received Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance. The joint ventures’ partners would be located in New York City, Columbus, OH, and Knoxville, TN, and would be similar to other joint ventures currently in operation in sites such as Magee Women’s Hospital and Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, according to Caprius.

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