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Date:3/31/2008

change to elicit the most important features of the study and the expected disease and patient impact."

Stern continued to point out that "technology limitations and, frankly, the lack of a full-time medical news gathering organization before MedPage Today was launched made the task very challenging."

MedPage Today's technical team worked with two technology companies to develop a hardware and software package that fits into a briefcase, making the broadcast capability portable yet able to produce a high-quality video picture and sound.

Stern added that the reaction from both MPT viewers and annual meeting organizers has been positive and enthusiastic.

MedPage Today will continue to provide this feature, available only on http://www.MedPageToday.com, and will announce upcoming meeting press coverage as new meetings are added to the MPT coverage schedule.

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More information is available at http://www.medpagetoday.com. MedPage Today is "PUTTING BREAKING NEWS INTO PRACTICE(R)."


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