SOURCE: Medistem Laboratories

September 27, 2007 08:05 ET

Medistem Licensee Featured on Miami's FOX News Station for Treatment of Autism Patient

Autism Patient's Story Highlights Promise of Adult Stem Cell Therapies

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwire - September 27, 2007) - Medistem Laboratories (OTCBB: MDSM) (FRANKFURT: S2U) announced today that its licensee, Institute of Cellular Medicine ( was the focus of a recent medical report on (WSVN-TV) Miami's Fox news station highlighting success in adult stem cell therapy in autism. The story, titled "All for Autism" follows the journey of Patricia Cabrera, an autistic 7 year old who after finding no success with other treatments received adult stem cell therapy from the Institute of Cellular Medicine (ICM) and has made significant improvements. The news story and video can be accessed at

"While Medistem is not formally conducting clinical trials in the area autism at this point, anecdotal cases such as this one provide rationale for our continued exploratory interest in this therapeutic area," said Thomas Ichim, Medistem's Chief of Scientific Development. He continued, "Being a licensee of Medistem, data generated from clinical cases such as these are incorporated into our company's IP portfolio, which allows a type of strategic positioning that is to our knowledge unique in this area."

About Medistem Laboratories, Inc.

Medistem Laboratories is a biotechnology company that discovers, develops, and commercializes adult stem cell products that address serious medical conditions. While drug discovery and development is its primary focus, Medistem has compiled a body of proprietary technologies it outlicenses to commercial entities in markets where stem cell administration is permissible. Due to its licensee relationships and collaborative efforts with respected institutions, Medistem believes it is well positioned to be a leading developer of adult stem cell products.

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