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  1. Default APHY Assured Pharmacy, Inc.

    Press Release Source: OTCStockReview.com On Tuesday August 24, 2010, 7:30 am

    ATLANTA, Aug. 24, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- OTC Stock Review announces that it has initiated coverage of Assured Pharmacy, Inc. (Pink Sheets:APHY - News). Assured Pharmacy, a growing chain of specialty pharmacies specializing in servicing patients who live with chronic pain, just reported a 20.8 percent increase in same store sales for June 2010 versus June 2009. In our opinion, this is blockbuster news and further validates APHY's business model, which focuses on rapid growth by providing specialized prescription services while targeting medical professionals who specialize in pain management, like orthopedics, anesthesiologist, neurologist, oncologist, psychiatrist, and physical rehabilitation professionals.

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    The focus is on treating patients with long-term, acute, chronic pain conditions. APHY provides physicians with a better prescription process by blending a specialized full service model with focused pharmacology in a highly secure, compliance focused environment, while alleviating the burden of the refill and authorization process on the physician's administrative staff. APHY provides patients with a convenient, full service alternative to retail pharmacies in a confidential, caring environment. Revenue is primarily derived from the sale of prescription drugs, opposed to non-prescription drugs, or health and beauty related products, inventoried at traditional pharmacies.

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    The purpose of this release is to introduce the reader to OTCStockReview.com and Assured Pharmacy, Inc. OTC Stock Review is not a Registered Investment Advisor or a Broker/Dealer. Information and opinions presented in this release are solely for informative purposes and not intended, nor should they be construed as, investment advice. This document contains information obtained from public sources about Assured Pharmacy, Inc., but does not contain all the relevant material information necessary to evaluate the company. This release is not to be considered an offer to buy, sell, hold, and/or otherwise trade in the securities of Assured Pharmacy, Inc., as profiled. OTC Stock Review has been compensated twelve thousand five hundred dollars to perform investor relations services for Assured Pharmacy, Inc. Officers, directors, and employees of OTC Stock Review, may hold a long equity position of a profiled company and may trade in these securities for their own accounts. Carefully review profiled companies with your investment advisor, stockbroker, or other such professional. OTC Stock Review is not liable for any investment decisions by its readers or their advisors. Readers are encouraged to obtain copies of the profiled Company's periodic reports filed with United States Securities and Exchange Commission, which are generally available at http://www.sec.gov. You can view our complete disclaimer at http://www.otcstockreview.com/disclaimer.htm

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    Assured Pharmacy, Inc. is a growing chain of specialty pharmacies that provide advanced prescription services to a diverse array of medical professionals and their patients. Assured Pharmacy is committed to providing these physicians and patients with a better prescription process through four community locations. This enhanced process is achieved by blending our specialized service model with focused pharmacology. Our business model targets physicians specializing in pain management – anesthesiology, orthopedics, neurology, oncology, psychiatry, physical rehabilitation and industrial medicine. The focus is on treating patients with long-term, acute, chronic pain condition

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    Great find. I think Assured Pharmacy is trading at a bargain price. They offer a service that there largely neglected by the big chains, CVS ($CVS) and Walgreens ($WAG). Walgreens has designated pharmacies that held specialties and then distribute to the other stores. It seems that APHY has a great focus on patient center care and this is a big upside compared to the somewhat indifference by the bigger retailers.

    Another interesting things is that more patients are using pharmacies at Wal-mart and their grocery stores. These sites rarely doing compounding and speciality pharmaceuticals. APHY can tap into this and get referrals from pharmacies that do not have their capabilities.

    I would like them to open up more stores in larger cities. The stores are all on the west coast. Portland is the biggest city. I would like them to open up locations in San Francisco, LA, and San Diego.

    There is huge upside to the stock. They will have to compete with the more widespread Medicine Shoppe, which has similar goals and makes specialty products.

 

 

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