AngioDynamics Inc. Presents At The 30th Annual JPMorgan Chase Healthcare Conference, Jan-12-2012 10:30 AM

AngioDynamics, Inc. (ANGO)

January 12, 2012 1:30 pm ET

Executives

Joseph M. DeVivo - Chief Executive Officer, President and Director

Analysts

Unknown Analyst

Presentation

Unknown Analyst

Okay, I think we're ready to get started with our next presentation. Just a couple of announcements. First, please, if anyone has a cellphone in the audience, if you could just mute it so we don't have any distractions, and then the Q&A for this session will take place in the Sussex Room which is right down the hall.

Coming to the stage now, we have AngioDynamics, and presenting for them is Joe DeVivo, the company's President and CEO. Joe?

Joseph M. DeVivo

Well, thank you very much for being here. It's a pleasure. I want to thank our host, JPMorgan, for inviting AngioDynamics to this esteemed conference. With me today, I also have Joe Gersuk, who is our Chief Financial Officer. And both of us will be available to you all for a Q&A session after the presentation.

So I'll just jump right into the presentation. I've been -- but first of all, there'll be forward-looking statements. Read the slide as fast as you can because I won't dwell on it. AngioDynamics, for those of you who don't know the company, is a company that was founded in 1998, NASDAQ traded. We have roughly 700 employees worldwide, multiple locations, operations in our headquarters are up in the Albany area. Our 2011 fiscal sales around $216 million. We're about a 58% gross margin company. We closed a pretty good quarter. I'll talk to you about our quarter in just a bit. But we're a company that is in the Vascular Access, vascular business, as well as Oncology, and we're pretty excited about our future.

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