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Investors back workstation

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MaxxVision, a privately held developer of information imaging systems in Gainesville, FL, has closed the initial round of outside investment. The company raised $410,000 from Springboard Capital of Jacksonville to fund development of its Personal Digital

MaxxVision, a privately held developer of information imaging systems in Gainesville, FL, has closed the initial round of outside investment. The company raised $410,000 from Springboard Capital of Jacksonville to fund development of its Personal Digital Workstation, which is promoted as improving the detection of breast cancer. The workstation is designed to assist in the reading of film-based mammograms. The company plans eventually to expand the product for use in chest, lung, and bone imaging.

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