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Class-action suit vs. ANMR is dismissed

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A class-action lawsuit against MRI developers Advanced NMR and Advanced Mammography Systems has been dismissed, the Wilmington, MA, companies announced last week. The lawsuit was filed in February 1996 after Advanced NMR announced plans to merge with

A class-action lawsuit against MRI developers Advanced NMR and Advanced Mammography Systems has been dismissed, the Wilmington, MA, companies announced last week. The lawsuit was filed in February 1996 after Advanced NMR announced plans to merge with AMS, a breast MRI developer in which ANMR is a majority shareholder. Those plans were called off three months later after AMS secured a $3 million infusion of capital (SCAN 5/22/96).

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