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Connectyx Technologies Signs Distributor to Serve the Vast South East Asia Market with its MedFlash Electronic Personal Health Record
Date:6/18/2009

PALM CITY, Fla., June 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Connectyx (Pink Sheets: CTYX) - Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Company has entered into an agreement with Sabrielle GPS High Tech to distribute its MedFlash(TM) electronic personal health record to the South East Asia market. The initial sales will be targeted to Malaysia, a nation of 27 million people. The agreement allows for the expansion into neighboring countries starting as early as Fall 2009.

These countries include: Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and also India. Collectively they have over four times the population of the United States. Although medical treatment in these countries varies widely, any diagnosis, prescription or treatment requires information, such as past medical history, family medical history, current medications, allergies, etc., all the types of information that can be easily saved on MedFlash(TM) Electronic Personal Health Record (EPHR).

"Personal medical information needs are universal, to provide doctors and hospitals easy access to vital information during an emergency. Not everyone in South East Asia can afford to own their own computer, but most every family can afford a MedFlash(TM) device to store their whole family's medical information," stated Thomas Fernandez, Managing Partner of Sabrielle GPS High Tech. Mr. Fernandez stated, "In 2005, chronic diseases accounted for 64% of all deaths in the Asia and Pacific region, and they are now the leading causes of mortality in almost all sub-regions. Prenatal conditions, tuberculosis and road traffic accidents remained important as well. We strongly urge Government Agencies who wish to set up central data systems to store medical information for their people to work with us so that we are able to reach the man on the street and help save a life."

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