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Accelovance Expands Oncology Leadership with the Addition of Ralph Boccia, MD as Oncology Medical Director
Date:3/1/2013

ROCKVILLE, Md., March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Accelovance announces the addition of Ralph Boccia , MD, FACP as the Oncology Medical Director.  The addition of Dr. Boccia is a strong compliment to the oncology strength the Maryland-based CRO that caters to biotech and small/mid pharma Sponsors.  In addition to his responsibilities at Accelovance, Dr. Boccia is a founder and the Medical Director of the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.  He also is an active Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Georgetown University and consulting Medical Director of the International Oncology Network (ION) Clinical Research Program.

Accelovance offers innovative clinical solutions focused on oncology that accelerate study start up timelines; existing partnerships with leading oncology academic institutions and improved  access to target patient populations that in turn control study budgets.  Such solutions are ideal for Phase I/II and ClinPharm studies where speed, quality and cost-effectiveness are critical to support Sponsor business goals. This model mirrors the highly successful approach utilized by Accelovance with their vaccine and infectious disease programs.

"We are thrilled to have a recognized leader in medical oncology and hematology, Dr. Ralph V. Boccia , join our organization.  His 31 years of practice and clinical research are an asset to the clients we serve as we help define patient populations, study protocols and program approaches," remarked Stephen J. Trevisan , Accelovance President and Chief Executive Officer. "His addition complements our oncology experienced CRO team that has had tremendous growth over the last 12 months in clinical operations, project management and data management."

"It is a unique opportunity to join a forward-thinking,
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