RENO, Nev., Sep 22, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Prime Capital Resources Inc. (PCRC) today announced the completion of the acquisition of Virtual Apothecary Inc. Jason Dodd, PCRC's president, said, "This acquisition solidifies the PCRC's position in the nutraceuticals industry and provides PCRC with an operating subsidiary."
Dodd went on to say, "Virtual Apothecary has developed a proprietary computer program that provides physicians with the capability of analyzing a patient's health status and simultaneously making recommendations about particular nutraceuticals that are helpful in overcoming the nutrient deficiencies that affect the patient's health. All Apothecary product recommendations are based on extensive research and sound science that appear to reduce the prospects of contracting several degenerative diseases that affect most of the U.S. population. The Apothecary has developed a line of supplements, and formulations, which Apothecary scientists, believed are ideally suited to individual needs rather than the ordinary over-the-counter supplements normally promoted in health food and drug stores. The Apothecary system has been installed in physicians' offices, and sales of Apothecary products began last year."
Dodd noted, "The Virtual Apothecary system has been provided to physicians, and product sales have begun. By joining PCRC, the Virtual Apothecary will have added added resources to focus on market presence and efforts to expand sales."
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