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BioRestorative Therapies Provides Company Updates with Shareholder Letter
Date:8/1/2013

m allows for more potential investors interested in purchasing the Company's stock. The Company is extremely pleased to provide investors increased visibility and transparency that this regulated quotation service provides.
  • In late November, BRT launched its new website available at www.biorestorative.com. The new site highlights the Company as an innovator and pioneer in the adult stem cell industry.  The Company's primary programs are highlighted in more detail on the website, along with rich imagery and information about therapies being developed. 
  • At the start of 2013, the Company was invited to present at the Adipose Tissue Biology conference of the Keystone Symposia conference series. Chief Scientist and Vice President of Research and Development, Francisco Silva, presented the Company's research on "Human Metabolically Active Brown Adipose Tissue Derived Stem Cells." This research is a result of the scientific work the Company has been performing pursuant to its ThermoStem® Program, which is in the pre-clinical stage and which focuses on treatments for metabolic disorders (particularly focusing on Type 2 diabetes) and obesity and uses adult derived stem cells from brown adipose (fat) tissue stem cells.
  • On April 13th, Dr. Marasco spoke at the Second International Vatican Adult Stem Cell Conference: Regenerative Medicine -- A Fundamental Shift in Science and Culture. The event was held in Vatican City from April 11th to April 13th. Dr. Marasco spoke during the session entitled "Stem Cells, Cancer and Aging — A Search for Solutions." His talk was titled "What Questions Haven't Been Addressed with Respect to Stem Cells, Cancer and Aging?"
  • In April, the Company was invited to present at the 5th International Congress on Prediabetes and the Metabolic Syndrome in
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