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Date:7/14/2011

ices to capture life-enhancing information within four key markets: medical care; sports and wellness; homecare monitoring and security. Its patented technology uses information gathered from the reflectance of light on the human body, in a noninvasive manner, to monitor key vital signs. The company manufactures its products in addition to licensing its technologies to appropriate client corporations for commercialization and distribution. For more information, visit http://www.spoglobal.com

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