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Connectyx to Hold National Press Event at National Press Club on May 13th in Washington D.C. to Announce Launch of MedSync PHR Software
Date:5/7/2009

Company CEO to Discuss Innovative Synchronization Tool Advancing Electronic Control of Personal Health Records

PALM CITY, Fla., May 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCPK: CTYX) announced today that the Company will be holding a national press event on Wednesday, May 13th at 8:30 am EDT at the National Press Club in Washington DC. Ronn Schuman, the President and CEO of Connectyx will announce the launch of its MedSync(TM) software to its MedFlash members. MedSync(TM) is a new free software tool deployed by Connectyx to help its members easily manage their personal health records and communicate with other health related resources. Mr. Schuman will also talk about the Company's overall business strategy which is to develop, market, and sell solutions to help patients have advanced tools in order to keep better control of their personal health records. Connectyx strategy falls in line with President Obama's plan to make the necessary investments to ensure within five years that all of America's medical records are computerized.

MedSync(TM) will operate on all personal computers and increase the ability of MedFlash members to retrieve, store, protect and communicate their personal medical information. MedSync's interoperability feature will increase the power of the current MedFlash product, eventually enabling its members to exchange information and documents with multiple resources over the Internet.

Through the Web-based portal, www.Med-Flash.com, coupled with MedSync(TM) software, MedFlash members can download to their MedFlash personal documents, including prescription doses, doctors' instructions, next of kin, living wills, MRIs, EKGs, X-rays, lab results, etc., and move them onto the one-gigabyte flash drive that can plug into any computer.

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