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Date:12/11/2012

2013. We also plan to order additional inventory over the short term, as we believe our current stocks will sell out rather quickly. We are clearly beginning to increase our market share and we expect to have a very strong 2013, which will be driven by high-margin and recurring monthly revenue streams from high-quality customers. We are very excited about our positioning moving into the New Year."

The MediPendant™ is a second-generation personal medical alarm and the only product in its category that allows for monitored, two-way communications directly through the pendant with voice prompts. Older generations of technology require the user to be in close proximity to the base station in order to speak and listen to the operator.  With the MediPendant™, the customer can be anywhere within 600 feet of their home and in the event of an emergency, they can speak and listen to the EMT trained operator directly through the pendant.

Additional information on the MediPendant™ can be viewed at www.MediPendant.com.

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Medical Alarm Concepts Holding, Inc. (MAC) develops and manufactures innovative products and practical solutions within the framework of a vast growing marketplace. MediPendant's™ patented two-way voice technology enables the user to speak and listen directly through the pendant no matter where the user may be in and around their home. MediPendant™ service also includes advanced features such as three-way calling that enables the operator to link loved ones directly into the emergency call in real time.  Text message alerts are also standard, and are used to inform loved ones that the user has contacted an operator or has requested assistance. A standard PERS system does not enable the user to speak and listen through the pendant, thus limiting them to a small area in their home. There is always the risk that the user will not be heard by the
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