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Citizen 1 Updates Pharma Web Software


SAN FRANCISCO--Citizen 1 Software released the next generation of its CiteLine Professional internet research software with new features for automatic site monitoring and confidential searching. The package compiles and organizes internet resources for the pharmaceutical, medical device, and diagnostics industries, and enables managers to access 90 million web pages not indexed by conventional search engines.

A feature called Site Monitor notifies users when new information related to their keywords appears on their favorite sites to keep users up to date on new developments in their field without having to initiate searches. Users can also opt to have their identities protected for confidential searching.

Citizen 1 Software, incorporated in June 1996, launched the first version of its internet research software in February 1997. CiteLine users include Abbott, Chiron, Eli Lilly, Merck, Pfizer, Roche, and Zeneca.

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