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IO News Wire

January 25, 2010 09:00 ET

(OTC: FTER) Announces Strong 2009 Earnings

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NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - January 25, 2010) - Forterus, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FTER) announced that their year-end earnings topped their 2008 numbers with net income of over 400%.

Forterus, Inc. has recently announced its expansion plans for 2010 which will increase overall revenue from its cash paying clients, clients who finance and insurance company referrals.

Substance abuse rehabilitation is an expanding market, increasing to over 3 billion dollars in 2009 and expected to continue its upward trend.

Other active stocks are Hythiam Inc (NASDAQ: HYTM), Psychiatric Solutions Inc (NASDAQ: PSYS) and General Growth Properties (PINKSHEETS: GGWPQ).

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