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Life Sciences Company Sword Diagnostics Moves Operations to Chicago
Date:4/26/2010

ner with its tenants is critically important to high growth-stage companies like Sword Diagnostics.”

"Sword is a great example of the type of life science company that the Technology Business Center within UTP is designed for and dedicated to supporting,” said Catherine E. Vorwald, director of business development for Wexford Science + Technology, LLC. "UTP and IIT are able to offer Sword the resources, expertise, and environment it will need to grow and expand for many years to come. We are proud to add Sword to our growing roster of UTP tenants.”

Sword Diagnostics, Therapeutic Proteins, Chromatin, and Wrightwood Technologies will be among the UTP tenants who will participate in the Association of University Park’s (AURP) BioParks 2010 tour and reception at IIT on May 1. For more information on the two-day program, visit www.aurp.net/bioparks2010.

About Sword Diagnostics

Sword Diagnostics is a life sciences company committed to improving healthcare through the use of innovative detection technology. Selling to research facilities in pharmaceutical companies, academia and government, Sword helps its customers develop more sensitive biomarker tests without increasing cost or complexity. Sword’s patented biological detection technology accelerates the identification of existing and emerging disease markers, making researchers’ dream of early disease detection a reality. For more information, visit http://www.sworddiagnostics.com.

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