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Leading Biotechnology Company Awards Phase III Cardiac Safety Study to iCardiac
Date:9/24/2009

pport and regulatory data submission. iCardiac's analysis services provide drug developers with more precise and cost-effective methods for ECG interval measurements, including Highly Automated QT, which is the market leading solution for automated evaluation of QT intervals for regulatory submissions. In addition, iCardiac provides Beyond QT(sm), a suite of advanced ECG-based cardiac safety markers that have been accepted and used as a secondary end-point in regulatory approvals, and which delivers a more accurate assessment of the cardiac safety profile of drugs in development. iCardiac's COMPAS technology has been used for over a decade in cardiac clinical trials conducted for and by leading large and medium sized pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies. For more information, visit: www.icardiac.com.

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