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WWMR, Inc. Announces New Website to Showcase Research Case Studies
Date:5/5/2008

SAN FRANCISCO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Drawing on fifteen years of focused and solution-oriented research, WWMR, Inc. a leading strategic consultancy serving the Biotech, pharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostics industries, announces the launch of their new website showcasing more than 25 Research Case Study summaries. (http://www.wwmr.com).

WWMR, Inc. is a marketing research and strategic consulting firm with global capabilities, known for conducting focused and solution-oriented research across all phases of drug development.

Speaking on the occasion, Susan Olsen, President, WWMR, Inc., said that "Redesigning the website has provided us with an exciting opportunity to both provide content that will demonstrate the breadth of our capabilities, as well as educate those interested in learning about specific project approaches we've successfully carried out. We'd like to put our experience to work for those who may need to investigate drug development and launch topics that we have experience with."

The Custom Projects section of the new website lists appropriate types of marketing research for each stage of drug development, from Preclinical/Phase I through Launch. Attached to each type of research project is a document describing the Challenge, Solution and Impact for one or more projects. Specifics include descriptions of the scenario, objectives, and special challenges of the research, as well as the methodology and deliverables. To obtain more detail (which is available for each Case Study Summary), contact WWMR directly.

In support of its extensive services and growing client base, WWMR, Inc. has an experienced staff of Senior Consultants and Market Research Analysts. WWMR, Inc. also continues to expand its line of EP Publications over the coming year, with:

-- Pain Clinic Monitor -- a monthly audit of 100 carefully selected Pain

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