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120,000th PULS Cardiac Test™ Order

Predictive Health Diagnostics Company Announces Strong Momentum with 120,000th PULS Cardiac Test™ Order


One-of-a-kind diagnostic blood test identifies asymptomatic at-risk patients missed by the current standard of care



IRVINE, Calif., June 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Predictive Health Diagnostics Company, Inc. ("PHDC" or "the Company"), a diagnostics development platform company that develops, manufactures, and distributes specialty diagnostic tests combining science, technology, and proprietary analytics to detect diseases with significant unmet medical needs, today announced a new milestone with placement of the 120,000th order of the PULS Cardiac Test™, a one-of-a-kind diagnostic blood test that identifies asymptomatic patients at risk of a heart attack who are missed by the current methodologies. Test results determine a risk score that quantifies coronary artery inflammation and predicts an individual's risk of a heart attack in the next five years, a time frame during which preventative, interventional and lifestyle changes can take effect successfully. Cardiac disease is the number one cause of death worldwide, and afflicts over 120 million Americans.

"Since product launch in 2018, PULS Cardiac Test sales have demonstrated consistent growth through December 2020, which marked the 100,000th test order and our first major distribution milestone. In just five months since then, demand has accelerated significantly due to our enhanced marketing efforts and growing awareness of the unique ability for the PULS Cardiac Test™ to save lives,"

said Matthew Nuñez, Chief Executive Officer of Predictive Health Diagnostics Company. "We are excited about upcoming developments that will significantly broaden market availability of the product for consumers through multiple new distribution channels and market regions."


The Company has signed a PULS test distribution agreement with Prodia Clinical Laboratory in Indonesia and has secured distribution throughout China upon acceptance through the FDA. The PULS test is distributed in the U.S. through Predictive Health Diagnostics Company and in Canada through LifeLabs.

Healthcare providers may place orders for the PULS Cardiac Test by calling 866-299-8998 or visiting pulstest.com/order.

Commercial launch of the Company's next diagnostic test product, DIABETESpredict™, is planned for this month. A new way to identify type 2 diabetes risk before symptoms or abnormal labs are discovered, DIABETESpredict was developed by PHDC in collaboration with the SIGMA PROJECT partners (Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Broad Institute at both MIT and Harvard).

About Predictive Health Diagnostics Company Predictive Health Diagnostics Company (PHDC) is a leading specialty diagnostics development platform company that develops, manufactures, and distributes medical tests combining science, technology, and proprietary analytics to detect high-risk diseases with significant unmet medical needs. PHDC's laboratory information systems use data from multiple sources including proteomics, genetics, metabolics, biochemistry, phenotype, and imaging to address among the most challenging clinical problems. To learn more, visit PHDC at phdiagnostics.com, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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