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40 High-Achieving Students with Cystic Fibrosis Receive $100,000 Total in Higher Education Scholarships From SolvayCARES(SM)
Date:9/15/2008

ited program; winners' courses of study can range from vocational school to undergraduate degrees to doctoral work. Winners are determined through an application process focusing on creativity, academic excellence, community involvement, ability to serve as a role model in the CF community and financial need. Applications are due in early summer each year and the application form can be viewed via the SolvayCARES Scholarship Web site.

About SolvayCARES(SM)

For more than 20 years, Solvay Pharmaceuticals has supported the CF community through SolvayCARES programs that offer nutritional, educational and financial resources. This support is provided at no cost to patients and includes: free CREON(R) (Pancrelipase Delayed-Release Capsules, USP) and multivitamins to patients for the first three years of life; nutritional drink supplements and multivitamins for children, teenagers and adults; and educational resources that address patients' evolving needs as they enter different life stages. Since 1993, Solvay Pharmaceuticals has awarded more than 500 scholarships for post-secondary education, totaling more than $1.7 million in educational funding. SolvayCARES also offers financial support through a Patient Assistance Program for patients who meet established financial criteria. To learn more about the nutritional, educational and financial support available through SolvayCARES, please visit http://www.SolvayCARES.com. For full safety and prescribing information about CREON(R), visit http://www.CREON-US.com.

About Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Solvay Pharmaceuticals Inc., of Marietta, Ga., is the U.S. subsidiary of Solvay Pharmaceuticals. For more information, visit http://www.solvaypharmaceuticals-us.com.

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