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Palomar and Q-MED AB Enter Into International Distribution Agreement
Date:1/9/2008

Q-MED AB to distribute Palomar products outside North America

BURLINGTON, Mass., Jan. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: PMTI), a leading researcher and developer of light-based systems for cosmetic treatments, today announced the execution of an international distribution agreement with the Swedish company Q-MED AB (OMX Nordic Exchange, Stockholm Mid Cap: QMED), a leading biotech/medical device company based in Uppsala, Sweden. Q-MED will eventually be responsible for the marketing, advertising, promotion, sale and distribution of Palomar's professional products for aesthetic treatments outside North America. Q-MED AB is the producer of Restylane, one of the most popular and widely distributed dermal fillers in the world, with over 9 million treatments provided so far. Q-MED AB sells Restylane globally through a network of fully owned sales companies, partners and distributors.

The single source availability of Palomar and Q-MED products will provide physicians with a wide variety of treatment modalities to better meet the needs of their customers for a superior aesthetic treatment. Palomar and Q- MED also recognize that the potential synergistic effects which may be achieved using the current products of both companies may provide improved treatment options to customers. In addition, Palomar and Q-MED will collaborate on marketing campaigns, as well as arranging clinical symposiums, consensus meetings and advisory boards.

The companies intend that Q-MED will be an exclusive distributor in a major portion of Europe by the end of 2008 and a large portion of the rest of the world (excluding North America) by the end of 2009. The transition from Palomar's existing distributors to
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