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Sanovas Forms Scientific Advisory Board to Support Development of Lung Cancer Technology
Date:7/25/2012

SAUSALITO, Calif., July 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sanovas Inc., a medical technology company focused on developing and commercializing next-generation micro-invasive diagnostics, devices and drug delivery technologies, announced today the formation of a scientific advisory board to support the development of its Vas Zeppelin™ Smart Catheter portfolio, which will initially be commercialized for lung cancer and pulmonary disease. The company appointed Stephen C. Schimpff, MD, an internationally recognized physician and former University of Maryland Medical Center CEO, as chairman of its scientific advisory board.

"Consistent with Sanovas' mission to surround its excellence with the very best minds and very best talents, we are honored to have Dr. Schimpff lead our scientific advisory board," Sanovas CEO Larry Gerrans said. "Dr. Schimpff's wealth of knowledge in clinical oncology and infectious disease combined with his vast executive experience operating a health care delivery system qualifies him as one of the most elite members of our community. His insight and leadership will prove invaluable to Sanovas' clinicians, scientists and management as we endeavor to advance the interventional pulmonary sciences. We are delighted."

Internationally recognized for his research into the causes, prevention and treatment of infection in cancer patients undergoing aggressive cancer therapy, Schimpff has published more than 200 scientific articles, reviews and book chapters. He has written three books, including "The Future of Medicine: Megatrends in Healthcare," "The Future of Health-Care Delivery: Why It Must Change and How It Will Affect You," and "Alignment – The Key to Success of the University of Maryland Medical System." He also co-edited "Comprehensive Textbook of Oncology," Editions 1 and 2 and "Handbook of Supportive Care in Cancer," Editions 1 and 2.

Schimpff has more than four decades of experien
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