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DermTech Names Herbert A. Fritsche, Ph.D., Chief of Clinical Chemistry at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to Company's Scientific Advisory Board
Date:6/3/2008

culating DNA (promoter regions of tumor suppressor genes for prostate cancer detection), urine mRNA survivin for bladder cancer detection and circulating tumor cell assays for establishing prognosis of patients with metastatic cancers.

Dr. Fritsche received his B.S. from the University of Houston (Chemistry), and M.S. and Ph.D. from Texas A & M University. Additionally, as Captain, Medical Service Corps, he completed a two-year assignment at the First US Army Medical Laboratory at Ft. Meade, MD before joining the faculty of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

About DermTech:

Headquartered in La Jolla, California, DermTech International is focused on the development and validation of molecular tests using specimens obtained from the skin. The company's proprietary Epidermal Genetic Information Retrieval (EGIR(TM)) technology is in clinical studies to evaluate its potential as a non-invasive diagnostic for melanoma and other major diseases. It is also being studied in the context of tracking treatment efficacy for a variety of dermatologic and other conditions, including the effects of drugs on skin at the molecular level in advance of observable clinical results. DermTech is actively pursuing research using EGIR(TM) and its applications in the areas of melanoma, prostate cancer and various skin disorders, such as psoriasis. For additional information visit http://www.dermtech.com.

Contacts:

DermTech

George Schwartz, CEO

858.450.4222

For DermTech

Jennifer Larson

415.409.2729

jlarson@labfive.com


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