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IDSI gets NASDAQ stock listing

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Laser mammography developer Imaging Diagnostic Systems announcedthis month that its stock will be listed on theNASDAQ stock exchange.The Plantation, FL, company, which is developing a mammographyscanner that uses laser light rather than x-rays, said the

Laser mammography developer Imaging Diagnostic Systems announcedthis month that its stock will be listed on theNASDAQ stock exchange.The Plantation, FL, company, which is developing a mammographyscanner that uses laser light rather than x-rays, said the moveshould help analysts and investors follow its stock more closely.IDSI's stock had been trading on the OTC Bulletin Board.

In other IDSI news, the company announced that it will conductphase I clinical trials for its CT Laser Mammography device atColumbia JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, FL. IDSI will submitan amendment to its existing investigational device exemption(IDE) to incorporate Columbia JFK as a clinical site. Once theamendment is accepted, IDSI will be able to use the hospital'sextensive database of patients with breast abnormalities.

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