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MEDNET Launches MedSafe to Prevent Teenage Prescription Drug Abuse
Date:11/4/2009

the original MedSafe.

"MedSafe is secure enough to store a loaded weapon, and that's exactly what a prescription drug is when it winds up in the hands of teens and is abused," says Rob Perissi, MEDNET's president. "The parallel is uncanny but pertinent, considering that one in five teens has abused a prescription pain medication, and one in 10 has abused cough medicine. Preventing access to such medications is our goal through this partnership with Axius. MedSafe is the best solution available with a proven record of over five years."

MEDNET is the exclusive distributor of MedSafe, available in two sizes. MedSafe is ideal not only for homes but anywhere prescription and over-the-counter medications are stored in proximity of children and teens, including daycares, schools, camps and more.

About MEDNET Direct Corp.

Leveraging technology to move products from manufacturer to buyer in the most efficient manner possible, MEDNET strives to save customers time and money. The company accomplishes this by direct supply through leading U.S. manufacturers of premium quality medical supplies. Such partnerships, plus MEDNET's cutting-edge customer service, guarantee savings to customers, helping them gain that crucial competitive edge in the disposable medical supply marketplace. For more information, please visit http://www.mednetdirect.com.

About Axius Healthcare Security Solutions

With over 20 years of experience in healthcare technology and security, Axius' mission is to save families the pain and heartache caused by the abuse of prescription medications by providing the most secure products to safeguard prescription medications. The original MedSafe is just one product from a comprehensive line of solutions incorporating biometrics to improve safety in homes and healthcare settings. Located in Long
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