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AssureRx Health Raises $11 Million Series B Financing
Date:3/25/2011

CINCINNATI, March 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AssureRx Health, Inc. today announced the closing of an $11 million Series B financing. The personalized medicine company, which provides clinically-relevant information to help physicians select the right drug and the right dose for individual neuropsychiatric patients, will use the funds to expand direct sales and marketing for its first product, GeneSightRx®, and for second generation product development activities.

The financing was led by Claremont Creek Ventures and Sequoia Capital and included participation of existing investors Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Mayo Clinic and CincyTech, as well as new investor Allos Ventures. John Steuart and Dr. Brad Webb of Claremont Creek Ventures have joined the AssureRx board of directors, increasing board membership to seven.

"Our goal is to build the leading medical informatics company providing pharmacogenetic and other treatment decision support products to help physicians individualize the treatment of patients with neuropsychiatric and other disorders,"  said James S. Burns, president and CEO of AssureRx.  "Claremont Creek and Sequoia bring to AssureRx a wealth of experience and capabilities in informatics, life science, internet marketing, and international business development. Their investment brings substantial strength to our medical informatics platform."

Steuart, managing director of Claremont Creek said, "Venture capital firms such as ours see the opportunity for disruptive change springing from new discoveries in human genetics.  AssureRx has enormous potential as an early leader in the transformation of neuropsychiatric treatment toward individualized patient treatment. GeneSightRx and future treatment decision support products hold the promise for faster, better patient outcomes and less costly care for
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