Lexington, KY – June 6, 2011 – MedPro Safety Products, Inc. (OTCBB: MPSP), a leading developer of transformational technologies that enable safer medication delivery and blood collection, today announced the availability of a recently published research report prepared for the Company by Crystal Research Associates. The report, which includes a comprehensive overview of MedPro Safety and its growth opportunities, is now available on the Company’s website at http://www.medprosafety.com in the Investor Relations section or you can call Bethany Denning at (859) 225-5375 or Jenifer Kirtland at (415) 896-2005.
“The Crystal Research Associates report on MedPro is an excellent review of our product portfolio, technology strengths, manufacturing, management team, market opportunity and growth strategies,” said Craig Turner, Chairman and CEO. “We are delighted to provide this document for our shareholders and potential investors to gain a better understanding of MedPro, our path towards growth, and why we are so optimistic about the outlook.”
About MedPro Safety Products, Inc.
Headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, MedPro Safety Products, Inc. is a leading developer of safer medication delivery and blood collection systems. The Company licenses, develops and manufactures transformational technologies marketed through its global medical device partners. MedPro’s products address multiple product categories within the medication delivery (injection and infusion) and blood collection (blood collection sets and blood tube holders) markets. Unlike competitive products currently available on the market, MedPro’s products incorporate safety features that operate without user activation, and therefore require little or no clinician training to use. The total global market opportunity for safer medication delivery and blood collection products is believed to be more than $6 billion. For additional information, please refer to the ‘Investor Relations’ link on the Company’s website (http://www.medprosafety.com).
Doug Sherk/Jenifer Kirtland