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December 13th, 2007

W.Va. Firm Develops Innovative Medical Devices

Abstract:
Nanotechnology has opened doors in a number of fields. Nanotech Catheter Solutions LLC hopes to use the microscopic technology to produce smaller catheters and other less invasive medical devices. As promising as the technology is, it also is new. Paragon does not expect it will be ready for another five or six years.

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