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Point Biomedical: Planning for Uncertainty

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Point Biomedical is developing a third-generation ultrasound contrast agent before second-generation agents have been successfully adopted. But as a small company, it must make choices about what it can realistically handle and what it can't--thus it is purusing a second business in acoustic drug delivery, but passing on urological and surgical applications of its biomaterials technology.

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