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Moleac Launches NeuroAid10(TM) in the United States
Date:3/6/2008

Supplement to help support Neurological Function Now Available in the US

SINGAPORE, March 6 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- Singapore-based Moleac today launched a new product called NeuroAid10(TM) in the US market to support patients' neurological functions. NeuroAid10(TM) is derived from NeuroAid(TM) and is a combination of ten all-natural ingredients. Moleac is a global biopharmaceutical company that brings together the best of Asian and Western medicine.

Since its launch in 2000, NeuroAid(TM) has been used by 200,000 stroke survivors every year in Asia alone. In addition, a growing number of Americans have already started using NeuroAid(TM) regularly with positive results on their neurological functions.

The clinical data obtained with NeuroAid(TM) on recovery several months after a stroke has triggered large interest in the neurology community. In October 2007, enrollment began for a multi-center, double-blind, placebo- controlled, randomized trial. This aims to evaluate the efficacy of NeuroAid(TM) in reducing neurological deficit and improving independence in patients in rehabilitation, with treatment starting within 48 hours of a stroke. "The CHIMES Stroke Study is ground-breaking for the medical industry as the largest clinical trial on stroke recovery and the first time any TCM product has been assessed on this wide a scale outside China," said Professor Geoffrey Donnan, President World Stroke Organization, who chairs the study data and safety monitoring committee.

NeuroAid(TM) is already commonly used in several countries. "As we received an increasing number of requests from individuals in US to make NeuroAid(TM) available locally, we have engineered a new formulation which is marketed as Neuroaid10TMin the US, a dietary supplement to help support the neurological functions. NeuroAid10(TM) is an herbal natural dietary supplement, containing the 10 main ingredients of NeuroAid(TM), carefully selected and manufactured with the same
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