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Origin BioMed Awarded Red Herring Top 100 Global Company
Date:1/27/2009

ofessional care givers and consumers. We strive to increase over-the-counter treatment options for nerve pain, and Red Herring's recognition demonstrates that our model has begun to position us as a global leader in our field," said Robert Cervelli, President and CEO, Origin BioMed. "It was a real honour to accept this award on behalf of the entire dynamic team at Origin," he added.

Origin BioMed's leading drug product, Neuragen(R), is the first non-prescription topical treatment for rapid relief of diabetic and post-shingles nerve pain. Neuragen(R) is available in all leading pharmacies in Canada and the United States.

About Origin BioMed Inc.

Origin BioMed, Inc. is a privately-held Canadian consumer health products company with business operations throughout the U.S. and Canada. Headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Origin BioMed Inc. manufactures health products with the highest quality active ingredients, at therapeutic levels, with evidence of scientific or clinical efficacy since 2001. Its leading drug product, Neuragen(R), helps relieve pain caused by diabetic nerve damage. For more information, please visit: www.originbiomed.com or www.neuragen.com.

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