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Defined Health Announces Final Speaker Roster and Agenda for Therapeutic Insight 2008
Date:4/9/2008

FLORHAM PARK, N.J., April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Defined Health has announced the final agenda and speaker list for its 8th annual Therapeutic Insight conference. Therapeutic Insight 2008 ("TI2008") will take place on April 28 - 30, 2008, at The Westin New York at Times Square. The following industry decision-makers and key opinion leaders will discuss relevant pharma/biotech issues and current trends in oncology, cardiovascular disease, neuropsychiatric disorders, antimicrobials, therapeutic vaccines and orphan diseases:

* Professor Ruth Arnon, The Paul Ehrlich Professor of Immunology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

* Charles Baum, MD, PhD, Vice President, Global R&D, Oncology, Pfizer

* Karen Bernstein, PhD, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, BioCentury

* Thomas P. Blackburn, PhD, DSc, TPBioVentures LLC

* Jeffrey M. Bockman, PhD, Vice President, Defined Health

* Michael R. Bristow, MD, PhD, Founder, Chairman and Chief Science and

Medical Officer, ARCA Discovery

* Leslie J. Browne, PhD, President & CEO, Pharmacopeia Inc.

* Shannon Brownlee, Schwartz Senior Fellow, New American Foundation

* Michael D. Clayman, MD, CEO, Flexion Therapeutics

* Earl M. (Duke) Collier, Jr., JD, Executive Vice President, Genzyme

Corporation

* Albert R. Collinson, PhD, Chief Business Officer, Rib-X Pharmaceuticals

* Lode Debrabandere, PhD, Vice President & General Manager Inflammatory

Diseases, Osiris

* Mark W. Frohlich, MD, Senior VP & Chief Medical Officer, Dendreon

Corporation

* Matthew Gantz, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Acureon Pharma

* Milton H. Grannatt, PhD, Vice President and Head, Negotiations, New

Growth Opportunities, Global Business Development & Licensing, Novartis

Pharmaceuticals Corporation

* Russell Hagan, PhD, Senior Vice President, Head of Research &

Development, BTG International
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