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Start-up Angiogenesis Analytics, a spin-off of the Eindhoven University of Technology that currently works from the JADS Venture Campus in Den Bosch, is developing software that allows early detection of prostate cancer. It is a long term project: “Within four years it should be on the market”, says CEO and founder Mark Bloemendaal. “Precisely because it takes so long for the product to generate its own revenue, extra money is needed. The confidence of a bank then helps enormously when searching for investors.”

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