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Caprius hit with shareholder suit

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MRI mammography developer Caprius of Wilmington, MA, has been hit with a shareholder lawsuit, a company spokesperson confirmed late last week. The lawsuit was filed in a U.S. District Court in Boston by a group of shareholders who charge that Caprius'

MRI mammography developer Caprius of Wilmington, MA, has been hit with a shareholder lawsuit, a company spokesperson confirmed late last week. The lawsuit was filed in a U.S. District Court in Boston by a group of shareholders who charge that Caprius' predecessor, Advanced NMR, overstated revenue and projected sales of its InstaScan echo-planar imaging MRI product, according to Reuters.

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