News | April 29, 2009

Imaging Diagnostic Systems Appoints New Distributor for Italy

April 29, 2009 - Imaging Diagnostic Systems Inc. announced that Socrate Medical SRL located in Milan, Italy, has been selected as a distributor for the CT Laser Mammography (CTLM) system in Northern and Central Italy.

The company will market the system to the private and public sector of these regions. “The partnership with CTLM paves the ground to pursue the broader social objectives such as the massive extension of the screening programs to the women under age 49. We will pursue this with the full involvement of the radiologists by utilizing the CTLM systems currently installed and collaborating with present users,” stated Giulio Ottavio, Battagliarin CEO of Socrate Medical SRL. “We want to contribute to reaching the goal of reducing the mortality rate among women by adding the latest technical advancements of breast cancer detection devices to the medical community,” continued Giulio Ottavio Battagliarin, CEO of Socrate Medical SRL.

IDSI exhibited at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR 2009), where they met with various distribution companies interested in marketing the CTLM system throughout Europe. The company will continue to select additional distributors in strategic locations.

For more information: www.imds.com

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