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US HIFU Announces That 18 Recurrent Prostate Cancer Clinical Trial Sites Are Open For Enrollment
Date:11/9/2010

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- USHIFU LLC (US HIFU), a world leader in minimally invasive high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) technologies and manufacturer of the Sonablate® 500 (Sonablate) and Sonatherm® 600 medical devices, is pleased to announce that 18 clinical trial sites involved in the recurrent prostate cancer trial have been initiated and opened. The recurrent prostate cancer trial, or STAR trial, is a multi-center clinical study of HIFU with the Sonablate device (Sonablate HIFU) for the treatment of locally recurrent prostate cancer following failed radiation therapy.

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"It is gratifying to have nearly completed the opening of all 20 trial sites, particularly with some of the most prestigious institutions in North America," said US HIFU's CEO Steve Puckett, Jr. "I believe I represent the sentiment of all of our sites that we are moving as quickly as possible toward trial completion in eager anticipation of bringing HIFU to prostate cancer patients in this country. This has been our top priority since founding the company in 2004."

The following list represents the majority of the current clinical trial sites. In addition, two well-known and–respected facilities are located in Southeast Texas and Southern Wisconsin; visit www.clinicaltrials.gov (search term fsi003) for the most recent and comprehensive listing:SITE

LOCATIONCan-Am

Toronto, Ontario, CanadaChesapeake Urology Research Associates

Towson, Md.David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA

Los Angeles, Calif.Fox Chase Cancer Center

Philadelphia, Pa. Indi
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