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Corgenix Expands Scientific Advisory Board
Date:6/17/2008

l degree from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He completed specialty training in both internal medicine and pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He is also a clinical instructor in the department of medicine at UCHSC.

Corgenix periodically draws on the expertise of advisors and consultants in fields related to its technology and markets. These members are available to Corgenix as needed on an individual basis to provide advice with respect to clinical medicine and other matters requiring scientific expertise. Non-employee members of the scientific advisory board are compensated for their participation.

About Corgenix Medical Corporation

Corgenix is a leader in the development and manufacturing of specialized diagnostic kits for immunology disorders, vascular diseases and bone and joint disorders. Corgenix diagnostic products are commercialized for use in clinical laboratories throughout the world. The company currently sells over 50 diagnostic products through a global distribution network. More information is available at http://www.corgenix.com.

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