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Pelikan Technologies and Lilly Form Alliance to Promote Diabetes Education
Date:4/16/2008

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Lilly has been a worldwide leader in diabetes treatment since introducing the world's first commercial insulin in 1923, and remains at the forefront of therapy innovation, launching an unprecedented three innovative insulin delivery devices in the United States in the last year. Lilly is also committed to complementing product advances with practical tools and community-based educational and support programs and solutions to help people living with and treating diabetes overcome barriers to success along the journey.

"Lilly represents an ideal partner for Pelikan based on the company's leadership in diabetes care, as well as its commitment to innovation and patient education," said Pelikan's President and Chief Executive Officer, Dirk Boecker, M.D., Ph.D. "We are very excited to be undertaking this important diabetes education campaign, including the importance of proper lancing and finger health, with such a valuable partner and look forward to a long and productive relationship with Lilly."

"Pelikan's unique and innovative technology may provide people with diabetes a way to remove the significant barrier of pain for many in monitoring their blood sugar levels as well as maintain healthy fingers," said Thane Wettig, Executive Director, Lilly Global Diabetes Brands. "At Lilly, we strive to understand the individual needs of people with diabetes, and we're pleased to be joining with Pelikan in providing new and valuable information to help them along the journey."

About Pelikan Technologies

Pelikan Technologies Inc. combines novel and proprietary blood sampling and measurement techniques with state-of-the-art miniaturization and automation technologies to develop superior hand-held medical diagnostic and monitoring devices. By addressing the pain and inconvenience associated with current methods of blood glucose testing, Pelikan's product portfolio will eliminate the major obstacles to consistent glucose monitorin
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