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VG Life Sciences, Inc. Secures Two-Year Funding Commitment and Administrative Support from MedBridge, LLC
Date:3/22/2013

es strategically located across the country.  His company's achievement is attributed to its understanding of all facets of project processes and development.  John has more than 30 years experience in construction and development management and has led TynanGroup for more than 20 years with greater than $4 billion in project revenue.

About MedBridge
Since 1999, MedBridge has been a leading provider of development, turnaround, partnership advising and revenue cycle management services for ambulatory surgery centers and other healthcare facilities.  The company's comprehensive end-to-end solutions enable steady growth while enhancing the bottom line.  Led by a Santa Barbara-based team of more than thirty professionals, MedBridge is focused on freeing surgeons and specialists to spend their best energy healing patients.  To learn more about MedBridge's expertise and solutions, visit http://www.medbridge.md/solutions

About VG Life Sciences, Inc.
San Marino, California-based VG Life Sciences, Inc., formerly known as Viral Genetics, discovers and develops drug therapies from two exclusively licensed platform technologies based on more than 60 patents: Metabolic Disruption (MDT) and Targeted Peptides (TPT).  A physician-initiated Phase I clinical trial of an MDT compound in combination with Nexavar™ on Stage III and IV ovarian cancer patients is ongoing at the Cancer Therapy and Research Center of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.  A majority-owned subsidiary, VG Energy (www.vgenergy.net), is dedicated to exploring biofuel and agricultural applications for the MDT platform.  Founded in 1994, the biotech company is researching treatments for drug-resistant cancer, Lyme disease, Strep, Staph and Sepsis, and HIV/AIDS.
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