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Date:1/17/2012

minimal discomfort. But because it has not been yet been studied in a comprehensive way, all women should undergo this procedure only as part of a clinical research trial." noted Dr. Wood.

"We recognize that this data is preliminary and must be confirmed by rigorous scientific research before making it widely available to patients. We are now initiating a multicenter clinical trial to definitively examine the effectiveness of this procedure. We are currently adding additional collaborating physicians to the study and are open to considering other candidates. Acceptance criteria include having an excellent understanding of female anatomy, being highly skilled at performing precise medical procedures and having an outstanding reputation among their peers," said Dr. Benito Villanueva, Medical Director at La Jolla Centre for Sexual Health and O-Shot™ Director of Physician Training.

The O-Shot is one of several procedures that involve using platelet-derived growth factors to non-invasively treat common medical problems. The first such procedure was the "Vampire Facelift," which has been featured in numerous diverse media outlets including the New York Times, and the television shows "Dr. Oz" and "The Doctors."

Samuel Wood, M.A., M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A. is a renowned reproductive endocrinologist and stem cell scientist. He is the medical director of Reproductive Sciences Center and the Scientific Director at La Jolla Centre for Sexual Health. He has been featured in numerous print and broadcast media stories and is a listee in Marquis "Who's Who in America" and "Who's Who in the World."

Charles Runels, M.D. is a cosmetic physician, best-selling author and the inventor of several PDGF-based therapies including the "Vampire Facelift."

Benito Villanueva, M.D., has been practicing medicine for over 20 years and has developed a sterling reputation in the field of sexual health a
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