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The MammoSite RTS is similar to radioactive implant therapy (called brachytherapy) for prostate cancer.
Treatment can be delivered with external beam X-ray, a radioactive implant, or both.
The NIH grants involve applications of our radioactive implant technology in the treatment of eye cancer, while the DOD contract is for the development of miniature toxic gas sensors to be worn by firefighters to sense whether the air in a specific area is safe to breathe.
The NIH grants involve the treatment of Spinal Cancer and Ocular melanoma (eye cancer) using the Company's proprietary radioactive implant technology.