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NeoStem Signs Agreement for Ceres Living, Inc. to Market Innovative Nutritional Supplement Designed to Optimize Stem Cell Functions
Date:5/14/2009

A portion of sales will be donated to the Stem for Life Foundation

NEW YORK, May 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NeoStem, Inc. (NYSE Amex: NBS), which is pioneering the pre-disease collection, processing and long-term storage of adult stem cells for future medical need, announced today it has signed an agreement for Ceres Living, Inc., a developer and direct marketer of health and wellness products, to help promote the sale of an innovative nutritional supplement - AIO Premium Cellular Health.

AIO Premium Cellular Health, a liquid nutritional supplement, was developed in conjunction with a leading nutritional laboratory and NeoStem's scientists and Advisory Board members, based on certain nutraceuticals that have been shown to optimize stem cell functions.

NeoStem will provide Ceres Living, Inc, a subsidiary of Promethean Corporation, with certain scientific literature and access to its scientific personnel. NeoStem and the Stem for Life Foundation will receive a portion of the proceeds from each sale. The Stem for Life Foundation, founded by NeoStem in 2007, is dedicated to heightening public awareness and knowledge of the benefits and the promise of utilizing adult stem cells to treat serious medical conditions in the burgeoning regenerative medicine industry.

The promotion of AIO is part of NeoStem's corporate commitment to advancing anti-aging and regenerative medicine therapies and technologies.

Robin Smith, M.D., MBA, NeoStem's Chief Executive Officer, said, "We are very pleased to sign this agreement to help promote AIO Premium Cellular Health. We are especially pleased that this agreement provides a source of funds to the Stem for Life Foundation, which we helped to found in part to make adult stem cell collection widely available to first responders such as firefighters,
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