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ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. Announces UK Demand for Safe Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment Leads to Distribution Agreement with UFFE Medical, LTD. Expected 10% Sales Increase.
Date:10/16/2007

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM) today announced that they have agreed upon a Joint Venture with UFFE Medical, LTD, parent company to SIMpill UK to distribute the ReBuilder Medical's unique home treatment for the skin disease Molluscum Contagiosum that affects primarily children and presents with sometimes hundreds of pimple-like lesions that can take years to resolve if not treated. UFFE Medical LTD is located at the Mortlake Business Center in London. Information about SIMpill can be found at http://www.simpill.co.uk.

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Ann-Marie Albertsen, CEO of UFFE Medical, LTD, parent company of SIMpill explained; "My own daughter contracted Molluscum and after researching what the doctors offered I did some web research that finally lead to Dr. Phillips and http://www.molluscum.com. I ordered the product and it healed my daughter in a week's time. Many of my neighbors' children suffer from this highly contagious condition so I decided to see if we could provide representation here in the UK. The customs fees for shipping individual orders can cost as much as the product itself, so if we can purchase in bulk we can save that expense for our customers."

David B. Phillips, Ph.D. CEO of ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. told us, "As part of our efforts to reach out to other countries, we are glad to add UFFE Medical LTD to our growing list of distributors overseas. We hope relationships such as these will lead to joint ventures with others to provide assembly and packaging functions in their country as well. This can result in a lower price for the consumer and a lower manufacturing cost for us."

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