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CRH Medical reports Q3 2008 results
Date:11/26/2008

6) 15,022,822 14,933,072 Contributed surplus (note 6) 3,134,820 2,405,624 Accumulated other comprehensive loss (66,772) (66,772) Deficit (14,372,197) (11,322,275) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3,718,673 5,949,649 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- $ 4,342,688 $ 6,413,595 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Consolidated Statements of Operations, Comprehensive Loss and Deficit ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Three months ended Nine months ended ------------------------ ------------------------ September 30, September 30, September 30, September 30, 2008 2007 2008 2007 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Revenue: Center operations $ 1,789,970 $ 825,018 $ 4,587,610 $ 1,924,635 Product sales 167,672 54,680 371,365 157,111 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,957,642 879,698 4,958,975 2,081,746 Expenses: Center operations and development 2,118,727 1,155,065 5,554,948 3,396,643 Medical products 217,412 30,085 432,344 172,924 Corporate and other 508,286 558,960 1,762,021 1,576,242 Depreciation and amortization 88
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