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Global Med Technologies(R) Announces U.S. Release of Proven Tissue and Cellular Therapy Product
Date:7/8/2008

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Raphael Bardonnet, M.D., Director of the BioBank in Paris, France, stated, "BioBank required a software solution that could meet our evolving needs as we develop new technologies for the preparation and processing of our biologics. We looked to Inlog, one of the European leaders in blood transfusion and medical software, for our tissue banking needs. For us, it was the logical choice because of Inlog's high quality standards and the ease with which EdgeCell can be configured for the multiple tissue types that we procure and the unique processes we use to prepare, test, store and distribute."

Dr. Bardonnet went on to state, "As our researchers continue to develop innovative methods to prepare our products, EdgeCell can be easily adapted, without custom software development, to fully track our new processes including equipment and ancillary products that were used. We have been very satisfied with the reliability and ease of use in the EdgeCell client server graphical software application."

Thomas F. Marcinek, President and COO of Global Med Technologies, stated, "We are very proud to offer EdgeCell for sale in the United States. When we made the announcement at our annual User Group meeting, our customers were very excited to hear about the imminent availability of a proven cellular therapy solution with an established customer base. EdgeCell is a product of Global Med's recent acquisition of Inlog, a leading provider of medical technology solutions with customers at 700 sites in 15 European, African and Middle Eastern countries."

Mr. Marcinek added, "We know the need for software solutions such as EdgeCell is rapidly increasing as more hospitals enter the emerging tissue transplantation market. With a global target market of more than 10,000 hospitals and surgical centers, we see EdgeCell as a growth platform that will greatly enhance our domestic and international expansion. W
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