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ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. Celebrates Five Years and 50,000th Shipment
Date:10/23/2007

vice inventor David B. Phillips, Ph.D. The company's flagship product is its FDA registered ReBuilder System(R), used for treating peripheral neuropathy. Unlike current therapies for neuropathy (nerve disease) that depend on prescription drugs with powerful side effects, the ReBuilder System(R) is a portable, battery-powered medical product that provides a unique, non-surgical treatment which is non-invasive, has no side effects and can actually strengthen muscles while increasing blood flow.

ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. also manufactures the Phillips Molluscum Treatment System(TM) for treating the skin disease Molluscum Contagiosum which primarily affects children. This system uses its proprietary form of micronized amorphous silver ions to disable the molluscum pathogen without side effects. The company is currently performing research and development on a number of other products as well.

ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. is located in Charles Town, WV. CEO, Dr. David Phillips, Ph.D. is best known for inventing the very first infrared ear thermometer. Dr. Phillips also was responsible for the GST System, which is used for the early detection of breast cancer, and the AcuPen, a hand-held device that provides the benefits of acupuncture without the use of needles.

More information on ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. and its products can be found at: http://www.rebuildermedical.com.

Safe Harbor: This letter contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, which are intended to be covered by the safe harbors created thereby. Investors are cautioned that all forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainty, including without limitation, the ability of the Company to successfully implement its turnaround strategy, changes i
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