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MicroDose and Nexus6 Announce Collaboration to Evaluate Application of Remote Patient Compliance Monitoring Technology with MicroDose's Electronic Dry Powder Inhaler
Date:1/6/2009

MONMOUTH JUNCTION, N.J. and AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroDose Technologies, Inc. (MicroDose) and Nexus6 today announced that they have entered into a collaboration to investigate the application of Nexus6's SmartinhalerLive(TM) technology with MicroDose's next generation electronic dry powder inhaler (DPI). Under the terms of the agreement, MicroDose will fund the development of prototypes based upon MicroDose's inhaler platform and incorporating Nexus6's SmartinhalerLive(TM) technology. MicroDose will receive an option for an exclusive license to the SmartinhalerLive(TM) platform for certain fields of use.

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The aim of the investigation is to demonstrate the ability to wirelessly upload dosing and compliance information from the inhaler to a web-based server for data management and reporting. The SmartinhalerLive technology, providing global roaming wireless, is a natural extension of MicroDose's electronic inhaler features and will facilitate better communication between the physician, patient and pharmaceutical company to improve all aspects of care.

The combined system would have benefits in both the clinical trials setting and with in-market products. By improving compliance through reminder features, and through real-time tracking of compliance, patient safety and clinical trial data management are improved. Improved control and monitoring of compliance can significantly reduce the number of patients enrolled per Phase II or Phase III clinical studies. In marketed products, the system represents a move to more personalized care, giving a better understanding of drug usage and patient response to therapy, and improved compliance and adherence.

Mr. Michael J. Martin VP of Business Development and Licensing of Micro
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