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Nano Med Tech Hires Stateside Sales Team

01-18-2012 03:10 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Nano Med Tech, a newly emerging leader in nano-technological cancer research and treatment, announced that its sales team for America is in place and that stateside medical marketing will commence, soon.

With a Commercial Director and eight account managers in place,
Nano Med Tech will now seek to make its technology available in
medical institutions throughout the United States. The organization has received USFDA approval for several patented medical devices, which utilize advanced nanoparticles for the treatment of malignant tumors.

Phillip Skellar joins the company as US Sales Director and will head the company’s commercialization efforts. Mr. Skellar has over 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, including extensive experience
in the area of oncology. His professional experience includes a leading
position held at Eli Lilly.

"I am extremely pleased to welcome Phil Skellar and his team of account managers to Nano Med Tech. The implementation of commercializing the fruits of our research is a major milestone in transitioning Nano Med Tech from a research organization into a commercially operating entity," said William Hung, spokesman for the company.

Nano Med Tech is a biomedical research organization with its primary facility in Shanghai, China. The organization focuses on human application of nano-technology, particularly in the field of cancer treatment. To view the new Nano Med Tech website, visit

Nano Med Tech,
1001 Tian Lin Road
Caohejin Hi-Tech Park,
China 200233

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