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Verisante Technology, Inc V.VRS

Sector: Healthcare | Sub-Sector: Medical Devices
Alternate Symbol(s):  VRSEF

Verisante Technology Inc is a medical device company. It commercializes systems for the early detection of cancer. Its products are the Verisante Aura(tm) for skin cancer detection & Verisante Core (tm) series for lung, colon & cervical cancer detection.
Price: $0.105 | Change: $-0.005 | %Change: -4.55%
Volume: 143,994 | Day High/Low: 0.11/0.10 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.21/0.08
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that VRS products are being used in brain surgery lends

credibility to the technology. There is nothing more complex and precise than brain surgery. Just to get into the operating room means more than anything VRS has ever done. Brain surgeons would not...read more
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Checking in on the SPIE page once in a while is a good way of following potential competition. Didn't check for the McGill news there but stuff like that shows sooner or later.  rate and reply
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Nice find Pandora. I think VRS has the edge in that is has an actual product built and is being tested right now. Pandora wrote: Sounds awful similar but I don't see the name mentioned: http...read more
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Victor, Victor makes the better mouse trap. Not sure if they're a public company or not.  rate and reply
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Pandora: Who has the better product is a tough question to answer because I don't know enough about either technology. I do know VRS has adapted their technology to several advanced applications...read more
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Just a question of who's got the better mouse trap.  rate and reply
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a competing product would help establish the technology. Its a very big market.  rate and reply
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guess it would depend on whether or not Raman is alive :) I think McGill will be fine.  rate and reply
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Sounds awful similar but I don't see the name mentioned: http://www.mcgill.ca/neuro/channels/news/revolutionary-new-probe-zooms-cancer-cells-241687 Could we have a patent issue here?  rate and reply
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thanx dan: that was such an impressive article

I've been adding to my position today at .11.  You just never know, it could pop anytime or go the other way but either way its more fun than Vegas.  rate and reply
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so it does which is tremendous. This is very big news. The Core’s makers, Canadian company Verisante Technology, hopes the work at Imperial will replicate the success of a similar trial used to...read more
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Have another look - both links do mention Verisante. Here is the direct quote from the newer UK Mail Online article 3rd to last paragraph: "The Core’s makers, Canadian company Verisante Technology...read more
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life_of_dan: all joking aside, this is a tremendous piece of news. Too bad the article does not identify VRS but still its a massive step forward in gaining credibility.  rate and reply
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Nice link Dan.  rate and reply
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3015974/World-surgeons-spot-brain-tumour-bleeping-pen-Laser-helps-surgeons-tell-difference-healthy-cancerous-tissue.html  rate and reply
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Seeing as Verisante is the only English word on the page can someone enlighten us on what the "gist" of it is all about?  rate and reply
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Duck billed platypus venom? Ya don’t say….. That was the article I was reading while simultaneously browsing the Verisante page and your post. I seldom search English language pages . I did notice a...read more
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Life_of_dan, great find. what an interesting article: My interpretation is the surgeon is using platypus venom to enhance detection effectiveness.  Perhaps something got lost in translation but that...read more
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life_of_dan... Good find. that's a great article. I hope the UK succeeds and they run with this technology. "Neurosurgeons at London's Imperial College Healthcare for the first time in the world with...read more
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Things like this.....http://best-news.com.ua/nauka/401-lazer  rate and reply