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Touch Medical Media Splits From Touch Briefings, Launches a Series of Cutting Edge, Free to Access, Educational Resources and Signs an Updated Media Partnership With ECCO, The European CanCer Organisation Representing 60,000 Oncology Professionals
Date:1/28/2013

LONDON, January 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Following its management buyout from Touch Briefings, Touch Medical Media (the specialist digital and print medical publisher) has recently launched a portfolio of new products including multimedia offerings and topic specific scientific monthly newsletters within four key clinical specialties:

http://www.touchENDOCRINOLOGY.com

http://www.touchNEUROLOGY.com

http://www.touchONCOLOGY.com

http://www.touchOPHTHALMOLOGY.com

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The launch will see some of the fastest-growing and most dynamic areas of clinical practice served with cutting edge, interactive and high quality peer-reviewed content in multiple formats. The content is disseminated through partnerships with key global medical societies, providing their rapidly growing physician audience with a more valuable experience on every visit.

At the same time, the European Oncology & Haematology journal has signed an updated media agreement with ECCO, The European CanCer Organisation, a pan-European federation representing 60,000 oncology professionals.

The media agreement will mean enhanced exposure of Touch Medical Media's pan European journal European Oncology & Haematology partly via the major ECCO 17- ESMO 38-ESTRO 32 meeting in September 2013.  All publications are fully referenced and peer-reviewed to assist in the education of healthcare professionals.

Barney Kent , Managing Director of Touch Medical
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