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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes IntelligentMDx for Its Commitment to the Advancement of Healthcare and Diagnostics
Date:12/17/2009

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Frost & Sullivan is proud to present the 2009 North American Healthcare Innovation Award in molecular diagnostics to Intelligent Medical Devices, Inc. (IntelligentMDx) for its commitment to providing innovative technologies for the advancement of healthcare and diagnostics. Since its incorporation in 2004, IntelligentMDx has introduced a proprietary novel and innovative bioinformatics approach to make tests that are clinically impactful, competitively differentiated, and platform agnostic.

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There is an enormous market demand for robust diagnostic tests that allow for definitive diagnosis and effective treatment. Of equal importance is a test's ability to differentiate variations between infectious disease agents - while a strain of pathogen might exhibit only minor changes at the protein level, existing tests can prove inadequate to identify significant genetic deviation from the wild type. Thus, innovative tests that employ a sequence-based approach to diagnosis at the molecular level have superior clinical potential.

Specifically, today's molecular diagnostic platforms are providing unparalleled clinical value, especially for diagnosis of infectious diseases. Moreover, these molecular diagnostic technologies are smaller, less expensive, and more user-friendly than their predecessors, driving the adoption and utilization of new innovative tests.

"By the mid-2020's, physicians are expected to employ these technologies at the point-of-care and improve the economics of patient care substantially," says Frost & Sullivan Industry Manager Jonathan Witonsky. "Companies that are developing these tests that streamline the overall cost of patient
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