AMIC gets exclusive rights to resorbable brachytherapy seed

10/7/2010 | Yahoo!

Advanced Medical Isotope has secured a global license for a brachytherapy seed that can be used for the treatment of prostate cancer and other tumors that are resistant to radiation therapies. AMIC plans to submit this month a 510(k) application to the FDA for the brachytherapy seed, which can regulate the delivery of yttrium-90 microspheres to cancer tissues.

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