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MEA LAUNCHES EXPANSION INTO CHINA'S HEALTHCARE MARKETPLACE

MedEd Architects announced the launch of a series of on-going educational programs specifically targeted to reach as many as 2.6 million Chinese physicians. The series includes live symposia and web-based programs developed in partnership with renowned US -based medical centers and leading Chinese medical societies. Programs will be accessed through a branded web portal designed to generate awareness of new treatment choices among Chinese physicians.