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American Scientific Resources Retains National PR/IR Firm
Date:7/5/2011

WESTON, Fla., July 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- American Scientific Resources, Inc. ("American Scientific Resources") (OTCQB: ASFX) today announced it has retained Martin E. Janis & Company, Inc., the 61-year old Chicago-based public relations/investor relations firm, to carry out a fully-integrated marketing and communications program for the company and its products.

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The firm will be responsible for working with American Scientific Resources to help bring attention to the Company's product lines and will also work directly with company management to introduce the American Scientific Resources, Inc. to potential investors throughout North America.

Martin E. Janis & Company, Inc., founded in 1950, is a full service firm providing its services to public as well as private corporations, trade associations, and government and political entities and individuals.  The company has a particular niche in working with small, undiscovered companies that have unique products and services and the potential to grow into large well-known companies.

About American Scientific Resources, Inc.

American Scientific Resources, Inc. is a purpose-driven consumer product manufacturer specializing in the clinical, home healthcare, infant and juvenile products industries.  The Company sources and designs innovative health and safety products, developing advanced technology and intellectual property.  The Company's products, which include infrared thermometers and safe disposal systems for home use of sharps and needles associated with certain health care issues, are distributed through established relationships in-house and through an ever growing network of leading global healthcare distributors and retailers.  Brands under the American Scientific Resources umbrella include Kidz-Med, Disintegrator Plus and VeraTemp.

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