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AMDL, Inc. Signs First Customer Agreement With Precision Diagnostic Laboratory for DR-70 (FDP) Cancer Test
Date:4/30/2009

the cancer diagnostics sector. We are thrilled to be the first US-based lab to offer DR-70 to physicians and their patients and anticipate strong product sales for the test."

AMDL's DR-70 (FDP) is a US FDA-approved cancer test that can be easily and inexpensively added to the pre-existing line of diagnostics routinely performed by physicians and clinical laboratories through out the US. AMDL received clearance from the US FDA to market DR-70 for the monitoring of colorectal cancer on July 3, 2008. The product has also been cleared in other international markets including Canada for the detection of lung cancer, Korea and Taiwan as a general cancer screen, and has the CE mark from the European Union for product sales in Europe as a general cancer screen.

MacLellan continued, "This is an absolute win for AMDL and our shareholders, and the first in a productive line of distribution agreements we intend to sign for DR-70 and other strong selling products. We are better positioned now than at any other time in AMDL's 24-year history for success and remain focused on achieving 100% of our 2009 business and financial targets."

Over the past four years, AMDL has seen over 100% YOY growth and anticipates continuing this trend in FY2009. Management's focus on developing a strong, international sales and distribution network is the key to meeting this target.

Physicians and patients interested in learning more about PDL and the AMDL DR-70 (FDP) cancer test can visit PDL's website @ www.pdlinc.info or contact the company directly at (714) 373-9484. For additional information on AMDL, its portfolio of international health and beauty products, and 2009 business strategy, visit the Company's website at www.amdl.com or contact AMDL Investor Relations at

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