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L&M Healthcare Communications, LLC, Hires Scott Karasinski, PharmD
Date:2/5/2008

Scott Karasinski, PharmD to Run Medical Services Department of the

Expanding Independent Medical Education Agency

MOUNTAINSIDE, N.J., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- L&M Healthcare Communications announces the appointment of Scott Karasinski, PharmD to the position of Vice President, Scientific Services. Dr. Karasinski joins L&M after serving as Director in the Medical Affairs and Drug Information department of Schwarz Pharma and previously with the Medical Affairs group at several top pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Karasinski's unique experience on the corporate side and his scientific and clinical expertise will serve to ensure that clients of L&M receive the best custom medical education programs and campaign resources, including thought-leader/advocacy development, core educational materials and publications.

"We are very pleased to welcome Scott to the growing team here at L&M Healthcare. Our clients really stand to benefit from the combination of Scott's experience within the walls of Pharma and his strong scientific and marketing acumen," stated Lenny LaManna, DPM, Partner at L&M Healthcare Communications.

The staff at L&M is highly experienced in many therapeutic areas, including central nervous system diseases, dermatologic conditions, wound healing, oncology, women's health, gastroenterology and cardiology. This knowledge, plus the company's commitment to client service, is what differentiates L&M from other agencies.

"Accurate, up to date and relevant content is a cornerstone of good medical education," stated Adam Margolis, L&M Partner. "Our team of experienced and highly strategic scientific staff are well positioned to actively partner with clients in the pre-launch, launch and post-launch phases of their product's marketing."

About L&M Healthcare Communications, LLC

L&M Healthcare Communications is an independent, full service medical education company located in Mountainside, New Jersey. Core s
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