Imi International Medical Innovations

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Executive Summary.........................................................................................................................2
Problem Statement...........................................................................................................................3
Methodology....................................................................................................................................3
General Assumptions.......................................................................................................................3
Qualitative Analysis.........................................................................................................................4
Quantitative Analysis.......................................................................................................................5
Option 1 - Complete further Testing Alone.....................................................................................6
Option 2 - Complete Studies with Government...............................................................................6
Option 3 - Co-Develop with Another Company..............................................................................7
Option 4 - Fully Out-License...........................................................................................................8
Option 5 - Seek "Home Brew" Status..............................................................................................8
Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................9
Bibliography..................................................................................................................................10
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