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American Psychiatric Foundation Announces Recipients of 2008 Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health
Date:5/6/2008

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"We are proud to support the Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health as part of our commitment to help eliminate health disparities among underserved populations," said Hiromi Yoshikawa, chairman and chief executive officer of Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. "Otsuka congratulates the award recipients and applauds their efforts toward advancing minority mental health."

"I congratulate all of the recipients of the Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health, said Richard K. Harding, M.D., American Psychiatric Foundation President. "It is through this award that APF recognizes the commendable efforts of individuals and organizations that are making mental health services available to underserved populations."

About the Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health

The American Psychiatric Foundation Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health honor psychiatrists and mental health programs that are undertaking special efforts to increase public awareness of mental health care, increasing access to mental health services, and enhancing the quality of care for underserved minorities, especially those who suffer from severe mental illness.

About the American Psychiatric Foundation

The American Psychiatric Foundation is the philanthropic and educational arm of the American Psychiatric Association. The mission of the foundation is to advance understanding that mental illnesses are real and can be effectively treated. For more information, please visit the foundation's Web site at http://www.psychfoundation.org.

About Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc.

Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. (OAPI) is a successful, innovative, fast-growing healthcare company that commercializes Otsuka-discovered and other product opportunities in North America, with a strong focus on and commitm
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