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Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS) Comments on Recent Movement Of Its Security
Date:12/11/2009

Company open letter and message to its shareholders and followers of HTDS

SHENZHEN, China, Dec. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS) http://www.htdsmedical.com the company has been asked to comment on recent activity in its stock price. First, we would like our shareholders to be reassured and take comfort in the fact that there is no news that they do not know about. While there are several significant pending transactions they are not ready to be announced yet, however will be in due and appropriate time. HTDS management would like the public to know that the only changes in the company's fundamentals have been positive. As our shareholders will remember, we recently closed important new sales, added new marketing and technical advisors and had world-class research advances. The company cannot attract the calibre of people HTDS has added without having great merit and great potential as a company. We only expect more of the same type of good news to come.

While all these positives should naturally give us a strong market value, we believe that the recent change in our stock price is almost entirely due to the fact that as a company which is on the Pink Sheets Caveat Emptor list, we are effectively stopped from bringing in new stock buyers. Naturally, this had made a major shift in demand for the stock and after many months appears to have finally had an impact. Simply put, the laws of supply and demand are at force.

Astute stock buyers look for value in places where others least expect it. Courageous investing and sticking to what you know is right is what enables legendary investors to get their exceptional returns. We believe that the price of our stock is such an opportunity and that those who take advantage of it will be rewarded when we complete our audits and SEC filings and graduate to a more mature
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