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September 8th, 2004
Mediscience and Infotonics to Develop 'Compact Photonic Explorer'
Infotonics Technology Center and Medi-photonics Development Company LLC, a subsidiary of Cherry Hill New Jersey-based Mediscience Technology Corp., a developer of proprietary non-invasive imaging technology for molecular detection of cancer and physiological change, announced their intent to agree to jointly develop the "Compact Photonic Explorer" (CPE), or "pill camera," for medical and non-medical applications. The parties initial focus of the project is developing a (CPE) that would detect cancer and monitor body functions.
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