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MedTrust Online and Scottsdale Clinical Research Institute at Scottsdale Healthcare Announce Collaboration to Provide Cutting Edge Technology to Improve Patient Care
Date:4/6/2009

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- MedTrust Online, announced today a strategic partnership with Scottsdale Clinical Research Institute (SCRI) at Scottsdale Healthcare to provide Arizona oncologists with cutting edge knowledge discovery and collaboration tools at www.oncocentric.com.

The collaboration will enable more access to the latest therapies to treat cancer by providing an interactive environment for physicians to find and communicate with each other about difficult cases.

"We are excited to provide www.oncocentric.com to one of Arizona's top institutions for cancer research," stated Chris Yoo, Ph.D., President and CEO of MedTrust Online. "This collaboration will give oncologists at Scottsdale Healthcare's SCRI a powerful tool to practice precision medicine, identifying the best options for treating their cancer patients."

Utilizing technology applications provided by MedTrust Online's portal, SCRI at Scottsdale Healthcare would be able to more quickly screen referred patients for clinical studies as well as reach out to community oncologists. The ability to connect to all oncologists using the MedTrust Online portal will enable SCRI at Scottsdale Healthcare to increase awareness of their research programs and share their expertise.

"We are pleased to announce our relationship with MedTrust Online," stated Mark Slater, Ph.D., vice president of research, SCRI at Scottsdale Healthcare. "Together we are fulfilling our joint mission of providing the best that technology has to offer to support our doctors as they research new ways to treat cancer and improve patient care."

SCRI at Scottsdale Healthcare will be the first clinical research facility to have access to the portal's collaboration technologies for clinical studies. This coll
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