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Abingdon Life Sciences, Inc. Announces Opening of Office in Carlsbad, Ca.
Date:7/21/2008

CARLSBAD, Calif., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Abingdon Life Sciences announces the formal opening of its offices in Carlsbad, California. The offices, located at 5963 La Place Court, Suite 107, are in the Carlsbad Airport Business Park adjacent to Palomar Airport. Abingdon Life Sciences, Inc. is a first-in-class Drug, Device, Diagnostic Development Management Organization (DDMO), focused on providing drug and device companies with superior services based on an integrated strategic development model. An integrated development model focuses on the Target Product Profile (TPP) concept, and allows a platform to be assessed by key areas of opportunity and risk from both scientific and business aspects.

Abingdon was founded on the principle that a proactive strategic approach to development will yield better outcomes. Abingdon's philosophy is to provide clients with a focused approach to product development by building synergistic partnerships that use significant expertise to achieve the best outcome. Global core-competencies include pre-clinical, regulatory strategy and submissions, clinical development, biostatistics, report writing and post-marketing obligations. Abingdon provides services to clients with products initially filed under IND, CTX, 505(b)(2), NDA, ANDA, PMA and 510k applications. Abingdon's senior executives provide personalized oversight and leadership of projects to ensure the best possible customer experience. Key alliances enable Abingdon to assist with cGMP services from formulation development for clinical trial supply through commercialization.

"Abingdon's approach is to reduce the noise in the development process and provide objective direction that outlines the risks and benefits of the potential development pathways. In the end, our goal is to assist our clients to streamline their development process and help make decisions that will achieve their goals. We believe this will ultimately reduce costs to our clients and speed the
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