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Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS) Acquired Varicella Approval in Guatemala

SHENZHEN, China, March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS; and its subsidiary Mellow Hope announce that the company received Registration Certificate for its MEVAC-Vari vaccine in Guatemala.

This is the first Final Approval for HTDS' Varicella vaccine in South America. In general, doctors regard Varicella, commonly known as chickenpox, as a mild viral illness. However, approx. 1 in 50 cases chickenpox associates with complications such as pneumonia and encephalitis, and both diseases report high mortality rate.

A source close to HTDS said, "Varicella complications can be averted by a simple vaccination, and we are happy that we obtained the Registration Certificate for our Freeze-dried Varicella vaccine (Mevac-Vari) in Guatemala. As it is Mellow Hope's first Final Approval in South America, we see it as an important step and a very good start for our Varicella vaccine on the South American market. South America offers great potential for our affordable vaccines and our representatives continue their work to deliver Mellow Hope's vaccines to the developing world."

In other company news the HTDS management has learned that on line brokerage Scottrade has lifted restrictions for on line buys on HTDS as the oversold issue is being resolved. The company expects other online brokerages to shortly follow similarly.

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