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Medi-Physics to distribute Adenoscan

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Radiopharmacy firm Medi-Physics has signed a deal with Fujisawato distribute its Adenoscan pharmacological stress agent, whichreceived Food and Drug Administration approval in May. Fujisawalicenses the agent from Medco Research. Medi-Physics, a

Radiopharmacy firm Medi-Physics has signed a deal with Fujisawato distribute its Adenoscan pharmacological stress agent, whichreceived Food and Drug Administration approval in May. Fujisawalicenses the agent from Medco Research.

Medi-Physics, a subsidiary of Amersham International, willdistribute Adenoscan through its network of 115 radiopharmacies.Medi-Physics, of Arlington Heights, IL, hopes to achieve synergiesbetween Adenoscan and its Myoview technetium-based cardiac imagingagent, which received an approvable letter from the Food and DrugAdministration last month (SCAN 8/2/95).

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