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ProCure Signs Agreement with .decimal, Inc. to Purchase Patient-Specific Devices for Its Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City
Date:2/3/2009

SANFORD, Fla., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- .decimal, Inc. announced today that it has signed an agreement with ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc. to supply patient-specific devices for its proton therapy facility in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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".decimal is excited to have a formal agreement signed with ProCure to be their preferred outsource provider of custom, patient-specific devices utilizing our patented, internet-based manufacturing solution," says Richard Sweat, CEO and President of .decimal.

This agreement calls for proton range compensators and apertures to be manufactured in Sanford, Florida and shipped to the facility in Oklahoma within 24-72 hours. Mark Mills, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for .decimal says, "Signing with ProCure just further strengthens the commitment we have made to the proton therapy industry and specifically to their state-of-the-art facility in Oklahoma City."

.decimal, Inc. has been supplying patient-specific medical devices, as well as other custom machining projects for the University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute since June of 2007. This partnership continues to demonstrate why .decimal, Inc. is the industry leader in partnering with proton therapy facilities worldwide.

"We are proud to partner with ProCure as they roll out proton therapy around the world," says Sweat.

As well as working with proton facilities, .decimal, Inc. supplies close to 200 radiation oncology facilities nationwide with patient-specific devices used in Compensator-Based Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), including 21st Century Oncology sites and H. Lee Moffitt Cancer and Research Center.

With the addition of the facility in Oklahoma, .decimal will co
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