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US Oncology Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2007 Results
Date:2/28/2008

ESA reimbursement experienced during 2007. In addition, the amendment increases the company's ability to invest in future growth by increasing capital available for practice affiliations and other investments, as well as making other revisions necessary to support diversification into additional service offerings. In connection with the amendment, the LIBOR spread on outstanding borrowings increased from 225 basis points to 275 basis points and consenting lenders were paid an amendment fee of 25 basis points or $1.5 million. During 2007, our capital expenditures were $90.9 million.

As of February 26, 2008, the Company had $122.7 million of cash and investments, and availability under the revolving credit facility of $133.7 million.

Development

One of the Company's ongoing objectives is to expand our network by affiliating with practices in new or existing markets, recruiting physicians into existing affiliated practices and entering into joint ventures. In the fourth quarter of 2007, our network grew by 35 physicians, net of retirements and other separations. During the fourth quarter of 2007, agreements were signed with 64 physicians to begin practicing in our network.

Broussard also stated, "With the addition of 190 physicians though comprehensive and oncology pharmaceutical service agreements, 2007 was a successful development year. The momentum of 2007 has continued into 2008 when, in January, we executed a comprehensive service agreement with Advanced Medical Specialties, a 47 physician practice in Miami, Florida, representing the largest single practice to affiliate with the company. This transaction demonstrates not only the financial benefits of affiliation, but also the attractiveness of the network's mission to advance the delivery of cancer care through collaboration, improved clinical and operational processes, establishment of evidence-based treatment protocols and participation in clinical trial research."

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