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MaxWell Biocorporation, LLC, and International Medical Information Technologies, Inc., Announce Partnership
Date:8/1/2008

- Sponsorship Agreement Promotes International Medical Education, Helps

Break Down Language Barrier -

WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Russian-speaking medical professionals around the world have a potent new ally to help them integrate into the English-speaking mainstream of global medical research.

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Dr. Peter M. Leitner, President of MaxWell USA, LLC, and Dr. Marina Filshtinsky, President of Boston-based International Medical Information Technologies, Inc. (IMIT) and editor-in-chief of MedMir.com, announced today a sponsorship deal between their two organizations.

MaxWell USA will provide the first significant outside funding received by IMIT since its 2005 inception. As a result, IMIT will be in a stronger position to supply timely, comprehensive, and free translations of leading medical journal articles to Russian-speaking medical professionals around the world.

By partnering, MaxWell and IMIT will contribute more effectively to improving the quality of healthcare offered by Russian-speaking medical providers to their patients wherever they may be.

About MedMir

MedMir.com (http://www.medmir.com) is the first project of the Boston-based nonprofit organization International Medical Information Technologies, Inc., IMIT (http://www.imithome.org). MedMir provides Russian-speaking medical professionals around the world with free access to timely, comprehensive, and accurate summaries of leading research papers from the world's top medical journals, translated by highly qualified medical specialists. The MedMir project began in January 2005 and has consistently attracted a growing number of Russian-speaking medical professional visitors to it
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