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AssureRx Adds VP of Sales and Marketing
Date:4/28/2008

Personalized medicine company prepares for commercial launch of first

product

CINCINNATI, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- AssureRx, a personalized medicine company, announced that Al Lucas has joined the Company as vice president of sales and marketing. He will be responsible for developing the marketing plan and initial launch strategy, building the sales force, and leading the commercial introduction of the Company's first product. Lucas is an experienced pharmaceutical sales and marketing leader with more than 20 years of experience at companies such as Novartis, Pharmacia, and The Upjohn Company. In his various roles with those companies, he has participated in more than 15 successful product launches, including the highly successful Zyvox (linezolid). Additionally, he played roles in the planning, hiring and training of multiple sales forces.

"I was very excited about the opportunity to join AssureRx in this early stage," said Lucas. "The personalized medicine movement will change the way medicine is practiced, and AssureRx has positioned itself to become the market leader within the largest potential segment, the neuropsychiatric field. The Company has solid relationships with the thought leaders in psychopharmacogenetic research, which supports the development of our products. We will leverage this cutting-edge technology to bring tools to the marketplace which will help physicians provide individualized and highly-specific care to each patient," Lucas continued. "These are the hallmarks of personalized medicine."

Mark Byrne, AssureRx CEO added, "We are extremely pleased that Al has joined AssureRx. He brings a demonstrated track record of successful new product introductions and is experienced in the neuro-pscyh market segment. The addition of Al will accelerate our commercial introduction."

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