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Medical Care Technologies Inc. to be Featured Guest on Business Radio Show 'Your Monies Worth'
Date:9/23/2011

BEIJING, Sept. 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical Care Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: MDCE), a growing children's healthcare service provider, announced today that it will be featured on a live broadcast of 'Your Monies Worth' radio show. The program will air on Friday, September 23, 2011 between 10:00-11:00 AM EDT on WSBR 740AM South Florida, and worldwide on the web at www.wsbrradio.com.

Joining in live, Medical Care Technologies Inc. will be featured and spokespersons will answer questions covering China operations, direction, market conditions, expansion and long term plans. The long-running show is hosted by Mick Baszuly and co-host, Tina Locay, broadcasting from Beasley Broadcasting Studios in south Florida.

"We are looking forward to bringing back Medical Care Technologies Inc. for a progress report and discussing the favorable business conditions for healthcare companies in China," stated Mick Bazsuly.

Statistics published by Beijing Times showed that the U.S. had three pediatricians for every 2,000 children compared to one for every 4,000 children in China. The Chinese government is investing heavily in its healthcare infrastructure with its Five Year Plan and, Medical Care Technologies Inc., with its model of healthcare and preventative medicine, is at the forefront and a favoured player with the Chinese government.

"We're pleased that Medical Care Technologies Inc. is returning for their 2nd live broadcast," said Luis Kuo, Chief Operating Officer of the Company. "This radio show provides a critical informational service to the business community by presenting thoughtful perspectives and expert reviews on what we're doing in China for children's healthcare," he added.

'Your Monies Worth' has been on the air since 2002 and has showcased many progressive companies, allowing management of these companies to explain their business plan and address questions from the general p
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