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Vital Therapies Initiates Liver Stabilization Trial
Date:10/1/2009

nc. and ELAD® (Extracorporeal Liver Assist Device)

Vital Therapies, Inc. (VTI) is a privately held, venture backed company, with cell culture facilities in San Diego, California and a wholly owned subsidiary in Beijing, China. VTI is developing the first human liver cell-based Extracorporeal Liver Assist Device (ELAD) to stabilize liver function in patients with severe liver failure. During ELAD therapy the patient's plasma flows inside hollow fiber cartridges containing the cells, which process toxins and synthesize proteins and metabolites that are key products of normal human liver function. VTI completed a pivotal trial and filed for market approval of ELAD in China in September 2007. ELAD is in investigational clinical trials in the United States and Europe.

For more information go to www.vitaltherapies.com

About California Pacific Medical Center

California Pacific Medical Center is one of the largest private, community based, not-for-profit, teaching medical centers in California and is a Sutter Health affiliate. It is a tertiary and quaternary referral center providing access to leading edge medicine while delivering the best possible personalized care. It provides a wide variety of services, including acute, post-acute and outpatient hospital care; hospice services; preventive and complementary care; and health education. Through its medical education program and research institute, physicians at California Pacific Medical Center are able to bring health care innovation to the bedside.

ELAD is a United States trademark of Vital Therapies, Inc.

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