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AmeriCares Presents 'Power of Partnership' Award to Baxter
Date:11/6/2008

directly into Myanmar. Baxter India joined the relief efforts, offering over 1 million units of IV fluids and allowing AmeriCares to deliver their products despite the constraints imposed by Myanmar's government. Later this summer, when a massive earthquake rocked China, Baxter was there once again contributing $25,000 to our work in Sichuan.

"HDMA is proud to partner with AmeriCares again this year to achieve our shared mission of advancing medical relief efforts on behalf of patients in need," said HDMA President and CEO John M. Gray. "These partnerships across the health care supply chain are invaluable in facilitating the continued delivery of medicines, supplies and services to where they are most needed. We congratulate Baxter on this year's Power of Partnership award, and we believe their efforts are a true reflection of HDMA member companies' spirit, leadership and commitment to answering the 'call to action' for humanitarian assistance."

"As a company dedicated to saving and sustaining lives, it's gratifying to have a partner like AmeriCares to ensure that our products reach those who need them most," said Robert L. Parkinson, Jr., Baxter chairman and chief executive officer. "In times of disaster and for others in need, organizations like ours must band together to make a positive impact around the world."

About AmeriCares:

AmeriCares is a private, nonprofit international disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization, which delivers medicines, medical supplies and aid to people in crisis around the world. Sine it was established in 1982, AmeriCares has distributed more than $8 billion in humanitarian aid to 137 countries. For more information, log onto http://www.americares.org.

About HDMA:

The Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA) is the national association representing primary, full-service healthcare distributors. Each day, the member co
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