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Caprius opens $3.2 million credit line

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MR mammography developer Caprius of Wilmington, MA, has secured credit lines worth up to $3.2 million, which the company may use to fund installations of its Aurora breast scanner. Caprius, formerly Advanced NMR/Advanced Mammography Systems, plans to use

MR mammography developer Caprius of Wilmington, MA, has secured credit lines worth up to $3.2 million, which the company may use to fund installations of its Aurora breast scanner. Caprius, formerly Advanced NMR/Advanced Mammography Systems, plans to use the funds as part of its strategic plan to install 20 Aurora scanners in the U.S. by the end of 1999. Caprius has signed agreements to install Aurora at five U.S. sites to date.

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