Verisante Technology said this week that it has signed an exclusive agreement with Frontière Médicale EUROPE for distribution of its Verisante Aura skin cancer detection device in the UK and Ireland.

With the agreement, Verisante now has distribution agreements for the Aura in Canada, Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, the UK, and Ireland. The company began sales of the device at the beginning of the year, and recognized $235,000 in revenue from it for the quarter ended March 21, 2013.

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