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CorNova(R) Expands Management Team with Appointment of Robert Gallahue as Chief Financial Officer
Date:2/17/2009

ecor Platinum(TM) Coronary Stent (a platinum surface-modified stent), as well as manage the research and development of advanced surface modification technologies. Prior to joining CorNova(R), Sahagian founded the medical device division at Implant Sciences Corp. He earned his B.S. from the University of Lowell.

About CorNova(R)

CorNova(R) is a developer of next-generation endovascular products designed to integrate new technologies into existing products and procedures resulting in better patient outcomes without added procedure time, cost and patient risk. The company's FiberHalo(TM) stent deployment and post-dilatation balloon catheter is designed for stent deployment, lumen area measurement and post-dilatation to be performed with a single catheter. CorNova(R) is also developing a pre-dilatation form of the FiberHalo that can obtain information on arterial plaque composition allowing for better physician decision making and the Valecor Platinum(TM) Coronary Stent, a platinum surface-modified bare-metal stent, that has shown superior performance and anti-restenosis properties compared to current bare-metal stents. For more information, visit www.cornova.com.


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