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Date:8/24/2010

ontracting a virus or "Superbug" bacteria. Flu viruses and infectious diseases spread quickly in schools when kids touch contaminated hard surfaces shared by other kids.  These include toys, desks, play sets, door knobs, hand rails, keyboards, musical instruments, lab equipment, and other surfaces frequently touched by many hands. SpectraSan 24 is an EPA-registered broad-spectrum disinfectant that prevents the spread of bacterial infections, viruses and fungal transmission that inhabit hard, non-porous surfaces. Since SpectraSan 24's SDC patented technology continually kills germs for 24 hours, it is the obvious choice when trying to prevent the spread of communicable diseases and illnesses.

Of course, it's also important for your child to eat a healthy diet, get plenty of sleep and stay current on his or her immunizations — including a yearly flu vaccine. To prevent spreading illness at home, use the same tips for the entire family.

Visit www.SpectraSan.com to learn more about the first new patented disinfectant technology to arrive in more than 30 years. It kills germs faster than traditional disinfectants, is formulated specifically for childcare environments, and provides peace-of-mind residual protection.

About BioTech Medical, Inc.

BioTech Medical, Inc. is a North Canton, Ohio based division of privately held SCI, a leading international marketing company. SCI distributes hundreds of diversified products around the world and has established its success through product innovation and multi-channel marketing. BioTech Medical's multiple business segments are each focused on the distribution of innovative healthcare products, including the SDC-based SpectraSan 24 and Cruise Control hard surface disinfectants, and SpectraSan Water PURE, a revolutionary and new water purification prod
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