Centric Health 2010 revenue increases 70 percent to $62.

General and administrative expenses for the quarter ended December 31, 2010 were $236 less than the comparable period in the prior year. The Company recorded a one-period restructuring charge of $600 relating to the re-company of the business’s senior management and various other restructuring costs due to the acquisition and integration of the Active Wellness business in the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2009. December 31 General and administrative expenses for the year ended, 2010 were $8,168 that was $1,214 higher than the prior year. . Stock-based compensation, a noncash expense, increased by $354 in the year associated with the vesting of options granted at the end of 2009 and during 2010. December 31 Curiosity expense for the year ended, 2010 was $971 in comparison to $433 in the prior year.The development of the consensus statement has been a collaborative effort among essential stakeholders including professional societies, laboratories and regulatory agencies, stated William Rosner, MD, a lead writer of the consensus statement and a member of The Endocrine Culture. Not only does this entire group benefit from better assays, but all bear some responsibility in attempting to improve accuracy. Targeted at improving the standard of research, patient treatment and public wellness through broad implementation of standardized testosterone measurements that are accurate, reliable and comparable as time passes, the consensus statement recommends the following: All stakeholders should acknowledge the importance of testosterone assay standardization and function closely with the CDC to formulate programs to implement accuracy-based, calibrated testing across the community of assay suppliers and users; The professional scientific and medical communities should function to: define performance requirements that cover the entire range of expected values, from kids to males and females; define reference intervals for testosterone in children and adults of both sexes; and develop suggestions and protocols to make sure uniform patient planning and handling of samples before they are assayed.

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