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CellHealth Institute Launches with Support from Influential Investors
Date:3/27/2013

MONTCLAIR, N.J., March 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CellHealth™ Institute (CHI), a new biotechnology company that provides breakthrough products, services and lifestyle education in the emerging category of personalized cell health has launched with the backing of key investors. John Malone Ph.D., chairman of Liberty Media Corporation (NASDAQ: LMCA) has invested $2 million in CellHealth Institute.

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CellHealth Institute offers fully integrated and individualized health programs, paired with scientific biomarker evaluations, medical-grade supplements and informed advice for its clients and social community on healthy lifestyle choices to improve cell health. CellHealth Institute also provides advanced adult stem cell services, and has its own cell technology IP portfolio.

"The development of adult stem cell research and technology and the exciting progress in the world of cell health and regenerative medicine are the things that motivated me to invest in CellHealth Institute," said John Malone . "We know unequivocally that damage to human cells is at the core of most disease. We have a duty to research, develop and deliver to the doors of people across the United States and worldwide the products and services that can increase and enrich their quality of life. I believe that CellHealth Institute and the work of its team will lead us into the new frontier of preventative care and I'm excited to be a part of the progress that is being made."

The support of investors, including Mr. Malone, will enable CellHealth I
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