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Dr. George Poste Named Non-Executive Vice Chairman of CDX Holdings, Parent of Caris Diagnostics and Caris Molecular Diagnostics
Date:8/1/2008

ustry-leading team of subspecialty fellowship and expert-trained pathologists in gastrointestinal and liver pathology, dermatopathology and hematopathology. Caris Diagnostics provides the highest levels of service to its customers and their patients through its state-of-the-art laboratories; proprietary, advanced clinical and technology solutions; and rigorous quality assurance programs.

Caris MPI provides advanced molecular analyses of patient samples through prognostic testing services and genomic and proteomic profiling to provide critical information to physicians treating cancer and other complex diseases. Furthermore, Caris MPI supports pharmaceutical companies and other researchers in their clinical trials for targeted therapeutics with custom genomic and proteomic analyses, analyte preservation, tissue procurement, and comprehensive reporting services. The company has strategic relationships with the International Genomics Consortium, US Oncology, the Translational Genomics Research Institute, and the Biodesign Institute of Arizona State University.

About Caris, Ltd.

Caris, Ltd. is a privately held investment partnership, with approximately $350 million of assets under management. Caris makes long-term, strategic investments principally in the private marketplace. Targeted sectors for Caris include health care, energy and financial services. Caris brings a successful track record of building sustainable business enterprises and partnering with management teams.

Additional information is available at http://www.carisdx.com and http://www.carismpi.com and http://www.carisltd.com.


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