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Date:6/3/2010

;"EmergingMed is instrumental in providing comprehensive support to people affected by cancer through their unique clinical trials education and matching program, their commitment to the cancer community, and their ability to respond to the needs of those affected by cancer."  

EmergingMed's phone and web-based matching system is featured by more than 50 patient advocacy organizations, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and medical centers including Lance Armstrong Foundation, Pfizer, Genentech, AstraZeneca, EMD Serono, Enzon, CarisMPI, Ohio State University, the State of Florida, and POETIC.

"Trial sponsors and research sites utilize EmergingMed's customized solutions to find targeted patient populations, to ensure routine prescreening of all patients, and to analyze the suitability of their clinical trials for their specific patient populations," added Courtney Hudson, CEO.  "Our long-term follow-up with patients allows us to track outcomes, identify barriers, and empower patients to consider clinical trials each time a treatment decision is needed."  

EmergingMed said that although it will vigorously protect its intellectual property rights, it is seeking to broadly distribute its matching services beyond oncology to include other disease areas.

About EmergingMed

EmergingMed provides personalized clinical trial matching, referral support, education and long-term follow-up with patients on behalf of patient advocacy organizations, medical centers, pharmaceutical & biotech companies, and the State of Florida. Founded in 2000, EmergingMed has offices in New York, NY and Durham, NC.   For
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