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Cutting-edge research to be presented at ASCPT pharmacology conference

Atlanta, GA The nations leading clinical pharmacologists and researchers on the impact of drugs on the body will gather March 24-27 at the annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT).

Among the more than 300, never-before published, peer-reviewed findings to be presented:

  • Update on the current state of bio-terrorism preparedness from U.S. Air Force MD
  • Identified protein responsible for AIDS treatment side effects
  • Genetic testing could provide optimum blood pressure control
  • Tool to identify and prevent medication errors

A pressroom will be available for media representatives on the Convention Level of the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, from March 24 through March 27, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., daily.

Log on to http://www.ascpt.org/press/ for press releases, tip sheets and complete abstracts.

To arrange pre-conference interviews or to register for on-site press credentials, contact David Cercone, 202-331-0175, or david@kmcpr.com.


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Contact: Kirk Monroe
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202-331-0175
K-M Communications
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