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Lumenis Launches HoLEP Preceptor Program at American Urology Association 2008 Annual Meeting
Date:5/12/2008

sicians on this technique and will continue to do so in the future."

"The clinical data supporting the superiority of the HoLEP procedure is significant," says Mr. Dov Ofer, Chief Executive Officer at Lumenis. "Lumenis must now commit to a comprehensive training program so that more urologists can become proficient with the HoLEP procedure and make it available to patients worldwide."

HoLEP is performed using Lumenis' VersaPulse(R) PowerSuite(TM) laser and morcellator systems. Mr. Lloyd Diamond, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Lumenis' Surgical Business stated, "PowerSuite was specifically designed to be a comprehensive clinical solution for urologists and their patients. It is truly a multi-purpose technology for the endoscopic treatment of stones, BPH, tumors and other soft tissue conditions. At this year's AUA meeting we will be highlighting the breadth of treatment options offered with a special emphasis on HoLEP."

Expert Physicians to Present in the Lumenis Booth at the AUA Meeting

Experienced thought-leading physicians will be at the Lumenis booth to present HoLEP and their own experiences using PowerSuite, including Drs. Richard David, Mitchell Humphreys, Tevita Aho, Lori Lerner and Evan Goldfischer. Presentations are scheduled throughout the duration of the AUA meeting. There will also be special small group roundtable discussions on HoLEP with these and other thought-leaders (registration required). For a complete list of speaker presentations and other Lumenis events, visit Lumenis booth #3901 at the American Urology Association meeting in the Orlando Convention Center, May 17-22, 2008. Or visit http://www.GetPowerSuite.com to see a complete presentation schedule and register for roundtable discussions.

About VersaPulse PowerSuite

The PowerSuite laser system, the first holmium laser cleared by the FDA for treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
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