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InterCure Supports AHA Endorsement of Home Blood Pressure Monitoring
Date:5/29/2008

ith RESPeRATE relax the constricted muscles surrounding the small blood vessels, allowing the blood to flow more freely and yielding a significant and lasting reduction of blood pressure within weeks.

RESPeRATE is currently being used in more than 100,000 homes worldwide and is available at http://www.resperate.com and on store shelves including Lloyds Pharmacy in the UK and a growing number of drug stores in the United States.

About InterCure Ltd. and RESPeRATE

InterCure Ltd. (Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange: INCR) is disrupting the $42 billion hypertension industry with the world's first FDA-cleared, OTC blood pressure treatment device, RESPeRATE(R) (http://www.resperate.com). In a market where seven out of 10 hypertensives are NOT controlled despite the availability of more than 100 blood pressure medications, RESPeRATE provides an effective non-drug therapy with no side effects.

RESPeRATE has gained widespread support of hypertension specialists and has secured regulatory clearance in most key international markets. Ten separate clinical studies have proven the device's efficacy and safety, and RESPeRATE is now featured in more than 20 popular and professional text books.

With more than 100,000 units sold, thousands of supportive clinicians worldwide and one of the world's most popular hypertension websites, InterCure is now introducing RESPeRATE into retail pharmacies to increase access to hypertension sufferers.

InterCure has an exciting product pipeline based on its broadly-patented "Device-Guided Breathing" technology platform. This technology enables a systematic reduction in sympathetic outflow of the autonomic nervous system, one of the key underlying causes of cardiovascular disease, insomnia and several other medical conditions.

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