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Another New Approach to Cytology

Executive Summary

The founder and former CEO of AccuMed International Inc., Peter Gombrich, has started a new company based on licensing and acquisitions in the fields of cytology and urology. He is using an innovative financing strategy that merges the privately held InPath LLC into Bell National Corp., a publically traded shell company. This allows Inpath to obtain cash and offer investors an exit, despite the coolness of public markets to small cap stocks.

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