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Advanced Medical Specialties Joins US Oncology Network
Date:1/24/2008

HOUSTON, Jan. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Medical Specialties, a 47-physician oncology practice located in the greater Miami area, today announced that it has entered into an agreement to join US Oncology's network. Advanced Medical Specialties is one of the largest oncology practices in the U.S.

"In today's challenging healthcare environment, we believe joining the US Oncology network will keep us in the strongest position to continue delivering the highest quality, state-of-the-art care to our patients," said Dr. Leonard Kalman, Chairman of the Board of Managers of Advanced Medical Specialties and a practicing medical oncologist. "US Oncology's proven ability to contribute to the quality of patient care and enhance practice operations and growth will be invaluable to our team and will help us remain firmly at the leading edge of cancer care."

US Oncology provides access to a wide range of services, resources and expertise to help oncologists deliver high quality patient care. Services are available to support practice productivity and efficiency, financial operations, drug acquisition and management, state-of-the-art clinical research, cancer center development, clinical and patient support resources, and more. The availability of these rapidly expanding resources is designed to help oncology practices expand patient access to high quality, advanced and integrated cancer care, the central mission of US Oncology.

Advanced Medical Specialties was founded in July 2005 through the merger of the Oncology Hematology Group of South Florida and Oncology and Radiation Associates. Today the practice has 47 physicians operating in 18 locations, and offers its patients a variety of oncology services, including medical oncology, radiation oncology, gynecologic oncology, pediatric oncology, and medical imaging.

"We are pleased by both the additional support US Oncology will provide our practice and the ability we will now have to interact with
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