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Meditor Pharmaceuticals (North American) Ltd. announces the closing of a merger agreement with American Medical Technologies, Inc.
Date:3/12/2009

TORONTO, March 12 /PRNewswire/ - Meditor Pharmaceuticals Ltd (Trading as M20.F) is pleased to announce it has concluded a merger agreement with AMERICAN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (AMT).

AMERICAN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. is a U.S. based company which performs biomedical research dedicated to the development and commercialization of proprietary Blood Cell Morphometric Method (BCMM) technology. Its purpose is to detect early cancer in patients where traditional methods do not work.

As a result of the continuous scientific research activity since 1985 a comprehensive Patent was filed in Russia for a "Method for diagnosing human tumor disorders".

Our method, which has already proved to be beneficial to hundreds of patients, reduces the risk for the planned clinical trials and shortens the time to the market. Upon the completion of the automatic analysis and before all the clinical trials are completed, our technology can be applied to many countries and has unlimited use in the alternative medicine market today.

AMT's Research and Development operations are based in USA, Germany and Ukraine, and conducted through the lab in New York and clinical applications in Ukraine. AMT's management team consists of Dr. Boris Farber (CEO and Chairman of the Board), Dr. Evgenia Skobeltzin (Leading Scientist R&D), and Tatiana Skobeltzin (Administration Manager, Germany).

According to Dr. Farber, with our unique Blood Cell Morphometric Method, we will be able to provide new and effective technology to deal with early cancer detection in healthy individuals and monitor the treatment efficiency in patients diagnosed with cancer. This will revolutionize the field of oncology and may become a new standard of care in this $219.2 billion market.

In additional news, Mr. Larry Skolnik, President of MEDITOR and Dr. Boris Farber, CEO and Chairman of AMT are continuing to develop relationships with market makers in Europe to help create
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