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American Scientific Resources Inc. Opens Shanghai Location
Date:11/25/2009

WESTON, Fla., Nov. 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Scientific Resources Inc. (Pink Sheets: ASFX) ("the Company") is pleased to announce that they have opened a regional marketing and production management office in Shanghai, China.

ASR has been able to secure a location abroad, providing an essential gateway for the development and production of current and future health and safety products for children and adults to be distributed and sold globally. Currently the company houses inventory in the state of Ohio where they will also be able to do sub component manufacturing.

Mr. Jason Roth, Senior VP, recently visited China, and attended the premier medical conference MEDICA, along with Dr. Christopher Tirotta, CEO, to solidify plans for expansion. Mr. Roth comments, "Not only will this venture be cost effective for product development and construction but it will also give us a futuristic edge on the various new technologies up and coming in order to position ourselves as a global leader."

Dr. Tirotta commented, "By making it easier for end users and the professional market across the globe to benefit from the unique products we sell, and the products we hope to develop and distribute, we expect the power of numbers to increase the chances of fulfilling one of the many goals of the company which is to become a household name associated with trust and quality."

About American Scientific Resources, Inc.

American Scientific Resources, Inc. is the parent company for wholly-owned subsidiary, Kidz-Med, Inc. The Company's objective is to create intellectual property, as well as to locate and acquire innovative health and safety products and to introduce and promote them to the North American and Global consumer and professional healthcare market. More information about the Company, including
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