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Fischer Imaging will remain listed on the Nasdaq exchange at least until Nov. 14, at which time the company must have filed necessary documentation or face delisting. In order to remain on the exchange, Fischer must complete an amended Form 10-Q for the

Fischer Imaging will remain listed on the Nasdaq exchange at least until Nov. 14, at which time the company must have filed necessary documentation or face delisting. In order to remain on the exchange, Fischer must complete an amended Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2002, including an affirmative disclosure that the report has been reviewed consistent with SAS 71, as well as a Form 10-Q for the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2002. Alliance Pharmaceutical had no such recourse. The company announced Oct. 17 its delisting from the exchange for failure to meet certain requirements. The company¹s stock is now being traded on Nasdaq's over-the-counter bulletin board.

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