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Date:2/11/2008

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UNION, Ky., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Union Springs Pharmaceuticals, LLC, announced today that its revolutionary new product for use after a potential pathogenic exposure, MyClyns(TM), is available for shipment to customers. The company has also upgraded its web site, added a customer service center and deployed regional product specialists to support the MyClyns release.

Orders can now be placed on the company's web site, http://www.myclyns.com, using credit cards or purchase orders. In addition to its own distribution center, MyClyns is also carried by selected premium distributors including Boundtree, Henry Schein/Matrx, Moore Medical, Alliance Medical and Tri-Anim. Customers may also click directly from the MyClyns site to these distributors. The MyClyns customer service center can be reached at 877-Go-Clyns (877-462-5967) and is open from 8 AM to 7 PM Eastern Standard Time. The customer service center will accept orders and can answer product questions. MyClyns is available in three unit packs as well as in cases of twenty-four.

In order to further support its customers, Union Springs has hired several regional product specialists to introduce MyClyns to EMS, fire, police and corrections institutions across the country. The regional product specialists provide users with product information, training and support.

MyClyns contains a fast-acting solution with germ-killing action that is safe to use on all mucous membranes including eyes, ears, nose, mouth and open wounds. The MyClyns convenient pen-like design allows first responders to protect themselves immediately after exposure to harmful pathogens even while still caring for those in emergency situations. Since users can protect themselves immediately, they lower their risk associated with prolonged exp
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