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Pharmatech Oncology Selected to Present at Company Showcase at BIOZONA
Date:4/7/2009

DENVER, April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmatech Oncology, Inc., a Research Management Organization (RMO), has been selected as one of the presenting companies at the Company Showcase during BIOZONA 2009 - Arizona's Annual Bioscience Industry Conference at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown on April 7th in Phoenix, Arizona.

Matthew B. Wiener, PharmD, COO and Founder of Pharmatech Oncology, will present during the first session of the conference. The presentation will cover topics including: the science, business and markets on which the company is based, recent accomplishments, and strategic partnerships.

Dr. Wiener will focus on the many accomplishments for Pharmatech Oncology in cancer clinical trials utilizing the Just-In-Time (JIT) enrollment methodology. The aim of the Just-In-Time program is to shorten the time to enroll cancer patients into clinical trials and also expand the number of patients being offered trials. "Pharmatech Oncology is honored to be selected from a large number of applicants to be one of eighteen companies presenting at this distinguished BIOZONA event. We anticipate great exposure for our Just-In-Time clinical trial program, as we feel it is revolutionizing the enrollment process of adult cancer patients into clinical trials," states Dr. Wiener. For further information about BIOZONA 2009, please visit the event web site at http://www.azbio.org/Biozona2009.asp.

About Pharmatech Oncology:

Pharmatech Oncology, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, is a Research Management Organization (RMO) dedicated to the highest quality of clinical research. Pharmatech Oncology provides services of a Site Management Organization (SMO) and a Contract Research Organization (CRO) with a focus in oncology clinical trials. With Data Management as a separate business entity, it allows for management of data for other types
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