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August 9th, 2004

Biophan Receives Patent Rights Enabling MRI-Guided Surgery

Abstract:
Biophan Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of next-generation biomedical technology, announced today that a broad U.S. Patent has been issued to Nanoset, LLC, Biophan's technology partner with Biophan holding the worldwide exclusive rights for all medical applications. The announcement was made by Michael Weiner, Biophan's president and CEO.

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