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First Warning Systems and Unicorp Biotech International Strategic Partner Letter of Intent Signed Breast Cancer Early Detection
Date:12/12/2012

RENO, Nev., Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- First Warning Systems, Inc. announced a Letter of Intent with Budapest, Hungary, European Union based medical products marketing partner, UniCorp Biotech. "We look forward to productive developments regarding the regulatory advise, marketing and distribution resources of UniCorp Biotech", says Jim Holmes, Chairman and CEO of First Waning Systems. "The Letter of Intent outlines a mutually beneficial process for defining how the capabilities of UniCorp Biotech can partner with First Warning", adds Dr. Laszlo Horvath, CEO.

"We are planning for the CE Mark process early in 2013 to be followed by clinical validation and market entry of the First Warning Systems in select European markets", says Matt Benardis, First Warning Operations Manager. "Discussions with Dr. Horvath regarding UniCorp Biotech services to expedite certification and time-to-market have been encouraging", adds Benardis.

About First Warning Systems Process
Temperature readings of breast tissue create a dynamic cell chaos profile using 9,600 points of dynamic data which are correlated to dysfunctional circadian genes. Multiple bioinformatics algorithms compare the circadian gene protein profiles to identify breast tissue abnormalities at different stages of development of disturbed breast cancerous cells. FWS delivers a report to the primary care physician with industry leading 90% accuracy. The FWS process is the only detection process that identifies abnormalities before a tumor presents and can be used by a primary care physician.

About First Warning Systems
First Warning Systems, (FWS) founded in 2008, is based in Reno, NV.  FWS's principal shareholder is Lifeline Biotechnologies, Inc. (OTC Market: LLBO). FWS holds the exclusive development, manufacturing and marketing worldwide license from Lifeline, to commercialize the intellectual property. The FWS product line is a device and process that detects breast ti
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