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Date:10/19/2007

Seagate Medical Has Launched New Non-Steroidal Skin Treatment to Treat All

Types of Skin Conditions, Normally Treated with Steroids

BARRINGTON, Ill., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Steroids have been in the press lately and given a bad name for abuse. There must be reasons why people use steroid products on a regular basis and don't know it. Our skin is the largest organ of the human body, and it needs to stay healthy. Most dermatologists treat the 15 million chronic skin patients in the US with steroids, without the patient ever knowing.

Consistent steroid use for skin problems can result in thinning of the skin, allergies, resistance to steroid therapy and even Cushing's disease (a consistent redness caused by capillary blockage).

Seagate Medical has launched a new natural skin care drug called epizyn (http://www.epizyn.com) that consists primarily of zinc gluconate. It is a unique patented broad spectrum gel and spray topical that penetrates skin on a cellular level to help relieve chronic skin conditions such as pruritis (itchy skin), burns, redness, acne, rashes (especially diaper rash), dry skin, psoriasis, and eczema (atopic dermatitis). It is a natural healing agent that is also great for wounds and greatly reducing scarring. It can even be used around the eyes.

"Epizyn is the greatest thing I have ever used," said Bill Smith of Fayette, MO.

Unlike other zinc skin treatments, including zinc pyrithione and zinc oxide, epizyn offers greater bio-availability and pharmacokinetic properties, offering increased systemic circulation to rapidly assist in the body's natural capability to restore skin back to its natural state. Most do not know that 20% of zinc in the human body is contained in the skin.

Originally, the epizyn compound was successfully used for treating skin conditions on numerous animal species including lacerations and even serious snake bites on horses. Those treating the animals could not believe the amazing effects it had on their own skin and word got out to dermatologists that the compound worked to heal the animal owners' skin conditions just as well. Now it is the fastest-growing natural skin care product on the market. Sold through dermatologists and the Internet, epizyn is the only non-steroidal zinc gluconate available on the market.

About Seagate Medical, Inc.

Seagate Medical was founded on the principal of developing natural treatments with high efficacy and low cost. (In fact they offer discounts to their clients for future orders and huge breaks to practicing physicians.) "Our mission is to provide medical products to treat chronic conditions without fear of side effects," said Maureen Kelley, a licensed esthetician who is employed by Seagate Medical.

For more information about this topic, contact Quinten Kelley at 866/440- 4283 ext. 213 or email Quinten at quinten.kelley@epizyn.com

CONTACT:

Quinten Kelley

Tel.: 866/440-GATE(4283)

Email: quinten.kelley@epizyn.com

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