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Mellow Hope (HTDS) Two Vaccines Approved in Pakistan

March 17, 2011 - Shenzhen, China

Hard to Treat Diseases, Inc. (PINK SHEETS: HTDS) ( announced that its China-based Shenzhen Mellow Hope subsidiary has had two vaccines for contagious diseases approved by Pakistan's Ministry of Health to be sold in the country.

It has taken several years of continuous efforts by Mellow Hope to have Hepatitis A Live Attenuated Vaccine (MEVAC-A) and Influenza Virus Vaccine, Inactivated (Split) (MEVAC-FLU) approved for use in Pakistan. The company is setting prices for the vaccines in anticipation of receiving registration certificates that will allow it to start taking orders.

Mellow Hope believes that the two vaccines will be launched successfully and become widely accepted by those who need them among Pakistan's 190 million residents. Improved performance in the world's sixth most populated country, where Hepatitis is a highly infectious and problematic disease, should increase profits for HTDS and add value for shareholders.

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