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Noninvasive Medical Technologies Helps Make Young Tennessee Woman's Wishes Come True
Date:11/21/2008

has arranged for Kristin and her mother Jody to arrive at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport tomorrow afternoon and be transported to the luxurious Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, where, as NMT's guests, mother and daughter will be treated to the hotel's AAA Four Diamond hospitality and a taste of all the excitement and entertainment that has made Las Vegas a destination of choice.

On Monday, Kristin and Jody will arrive at NMT's offices, where they will be granted a personal tour of the facilities and meet all of the people who have worked so hard to make the ZOE possible. "Having the chance to personally meet Kristin and her mother is a gift to the entire NMT team. It is thrilling to know that it is because of our efforts that someone so young and full of vital energy can now truly enjoy everything that life has to offer her," added Ann McCaughan. "This is a proud moment for NMT -- and a wish that has come true for us."

About Noninvasive Medical Technologies, Inc.

Headquartered in Las Vegas Nevada, Noninvasive Medical Technologies, Inc. (NMT) has pioneered a suite of highly advanced noninvasive medical assessment and communication tools and solutions that provide military and civilian medical care specialists with real-time situational awareness and critical life saving intelligence. NMT's mission is to save lives by continually advancing the standard for noninvasive patient monitoring across the care continuum, while maximizing clinical, medical and financial outcomes, and promoting scientific innovation. To learn more, please visit http://www.nmtinc.org.

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