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Linkwell Chairman & CEO Addresses the Association of Chinese Nosocomial Infections Professional Committee
Date:1/28/2008

China's Ministry of Health, Department of Medical Administration Lauds and

Endorses the Association

SHANGHAI, China, Jan. 28 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Linkwell Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: LWLL), a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of healthcare related disinfectants in China, announced today that its Chairman and CEO, Mr. Xuelian Bian addressed "The Association of Chinese Nosocomial Infections Professional Committee (Nosocomial Committee) of China Hospital Society (CHS)," which is endorsed by the Department of Medical Administration of the Ministry of Health of The People's Republic to China (PRC), held in Beijing, China. Nosocomial infections are infections that result from treatment at hospitals or healthcare service facilities. Linkwell is a rapidly growing company, serving a disinfectant market in China of approximately $6.25 Billion.

The Vice President of the Department of Medical Administration of Ministry of Health of The PRC, Mr. Zhou, Jun, addressed the meeting and praised the Nosocomial Committee's accomplishments for 2007. He joined the Director of the Nosocomial Committee, Mr. Zhu, Shijun, in the opening ceremony of the China Management of Hospital Infection web portal, which will be used to coordinate hospital sanitation issues. Shanghai Likang Disinfectant Hi-tech Co. Ltd, the subsidiary of Linkwell Corporation, co-sponsored the Nosocomial Committee event.

In a speech to the Nosocomial Committee meeting, Linkwell Corporation Chairman & CEO, Mr. Bian, Xuelian, stated, "Linkwell is honored to take on more obligations for China Hospital Infection Control. In 2007 Linkwell assumed more responsibilities for setting industry standards in China's disinfectant industry and will assist in the development of China Hospital Disinfection and Sterilization standards by working with all levels of government and medical authorities in 2008 and beyond."

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