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WallSt.net (www.wallst.net) Updates the Investment Community Through All-New Interviews With XMDC, POSS and TYPE
Date:10/18/2007

NEW YORK, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 2, Paul Lisenby, Chairman and CEO of XTend Medical Corp. (Pink Sheets: XMDC) updated the investment community in an all-new interview with http://www.wallst.net. Interview highlights include detailed discussions on the following topics:

-- focus on creating medical technologies for the diabetes market

-- demographic trends bolstering the company's growth prospects

-- management bios

-- how strategic partnerships play a role in the company's growth

-- reasons the company's solutions have a competitive edge

-- upcoming milestones for investors to watch for

To hear the interview in its entirety, and to read an in-depth report on the company, visit http://www.wallst.net/superstocks/superstocks_profile.asp?ticker=xmdc

On October 5, Jules Fisher, Chief Financial Officer for Possis Medical, Inc. (Nasdaq: POSS) (http://www.possis.com) updated the investment community in an all-new interview with http://www.wallst.net. Interview highlights include detailed discussions on the following topics:

-- how the company was able to offset the decline from its coronary

business

-- moving into a "recovery mode"

-- reasons the company is "behaving like a growth company again"

-- market opportunities for the company's medical technology solutions

-- upcoming milestones for investors to watch for

To hear the interview in its entirety, visit http://www.wallst.net/audio/audio.asp?ticker=POSS&id=3977

On October 4, Douglas Shaw, CEO of Monotype Imaging Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: TYPE) (http://www.monotypeimaging.com) updated the investment community in an all-new interview with http://www.wallst.net. Interview highlights include detailed discussions on the following topics:

-- how the company combines technology and typefaces

-- applications for the company text imaging solutions

-- distribution channels for licensing business

-- industry trends bolstering the company's growth prospects

-- upcoming milestones for investors to watch for

To hear the interview in its entirety, visit http://www.wallst.net/audio/audio.asp?ticker=TYPE&id=3962

About WallSt.net:

http://www.wallst.net is owned and operated by WallStreet Direct, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Financial Media Group, Inc. (http://www.financialmediagroupinc.com). The Web site is a leading provider of timely business news, executive interviews, multimedia content and research tools. Financial Media Group, Inc. also owns http://www.mywallst.net, a financial social network for investors, and Financial Filings Corp. (http://www.financialfilings.com), a provider of media and compliance solutions to publicly traded companies. In addition to WallSt.net, WallStreet Direct, Inc. owns and operates WallStRadio (http://www.wallstradio.com), a business and finance podcast Web site. We have received one million two hundred fifty thousand restricted shares of XMDC from XTend Medical Corp. for media and advertising services. For a complete list of our advertisers, and advertising relationships, visit http://www.wallst.net/disclaimer/disclaimer.asp.

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