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XCHC Releases Worldwide Growth Guidance For Its Cannabinoid Treatment Centers and Formulations Targeting Critical Human Ailments, Company Acts on Own Guidance
Date:2/21/2013

DALLAS, Feb. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- X-Change Corp. (NASDAQ OTC: XCHC), a patient based U.S. company targeting critical and non-critical ailments through the use of Cannabinoid based formulations, extracts, and products through multiple Phytiva Brand product lines and solutions, is pleased to release its analysis of the worldwide market potential for medical Cannabinoid treatments of critical ailments and acute disease. 

The amount of money needed on a worldwide basis for treating critical and non-critical ailments is unnecessary, wasteful, and inhumane. The Company's near-term, global mission is to advance affordable and effective treatment solutions for a wide variety of ailments, as outlined below, using Cannabinoids. A comparative cost analysis shows a dramatic difference in treatment cost for most ailments between the status quo and the Company's approach.
Therefore, the Company intends to use this massive differential, which is essentially a large profit base, through which to expand operations by opening multiple treatment facilities locally and internationally at a rapid rate.

The Company has already publicly launched two initiatives with its Phytiva Brand European Cannabinoid product line and its Cannabinoid treatment-based facility development agreement with the Maliseet Nation in Eastern Canada.

These are two examples of the Company's targeted investments demonstrating a solid commitment to innovation in seizing opportunities in the quickly emerging Cannabinoid based treatment market. And the market opportunities are substantial:AIDS$12.6In 2010, $12.6 billion treatment market. TechNavio's analysts forecast the global HIV drug market to reach $15.5 billion by 2014.Alzheimer's$8.3The global Alzheimer's disease treatment market was valued at $8.3 billion in 2010 and estimated to be $9.0 billion by 2016.Anti-Aging$50.0With annual estimates nearing $50 billion a year, the m
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