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Date:10/21/2010

cribers asked us to include share-price information, so we now have real-time links to stock markets, including NASDAQ & LSE, providing valuable information on the impact deals have made to the Company's share price."

Also, for the first time, the database now includes exclusive video interviews with deal makers around the world, allowing users to watch the major players in action and so deriving information simply not available elsewhere. This is invaluable in helping to understand and gain further insight into the individuals and companies involved in deal making, after all deal making is a people business.

Dr Walton concludes, "Gaining insight into the companies' deal making activities and the people behind the deals will help our subscribers when they come to negotiate with these individuals across the deal table. Watching the PharmaTelevision interviews is an informative way of doing their due diligence on the companies they want to partner with before they enter into negotiations. This is the icing on the cake."

About PharmaTelevision

PharmaTelevision Limited (http://www.pharmatelevision.com) is based in Oxford, England and is a wholly owned subsidiary of PharmaVentures Ltd, a leading international corporate advisory firm supporting its clients' growth ambitions through licensing, joint ventures and M&A in the healthcare industry (http://www.pharmaventures.com ). It produces the highly popular PharmaDeals(R) (http://www.pharmadeals.net) range of intelligence products including analysis tools and reports. In 2006, it launched the world's first dedicated online pharmaceutical television channel PharmaTelevision(R) (http://www.pharmatelevision.com).

PharmaDeals(R) is a registered Trade Mark of PharmaVentures Ltd. For more information on Pharm
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