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ns to establish a Chinese operation to serve the Asian market.

"This is going to be an international product, there's no doubt," said Bill Bearndt of Riverwood Group, a corporate consulting firm working with Excorp. to help it set up shop in Wisconsin. "This is new to the market; nobody else is available, nobody else is in clinical trials, and it's a life-saving procedure. Everybody, once......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Eric Kleefeld 08/15/05


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