BOCA RATON, Fla., May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDIFIRST SOLUTIONS, INC. (OTCQB: MFST) is pleased to announce that it will exclusively market and distribute a revolutionary new Botanical LED Light Therapy System including unique skin care and pain relief products. Under the terms of the agreement, with Panacea Photonics Corporation, Medifirst Solutions will be the exclusive distributor for both New York and New Jersey. This exciting new division will operate under the new banner, Medi-First Light Therapy Systems. CEO Bruce J. Schoengood commented, "We are very excited to offer these amazing products to the vast number of healthcare professionals in the New York tri-state area. What's remarkable about these products is that professionals across the entire healthcare spectrum can easily incorporate these systems and products into their protocols." Continues Schoengood, " The Botanical Light Therapy Systems will appeal to Doctors, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, Cosmetologists, Spa and Wellness Centers and most practitioners of Alternative Medicine. This sector represents thousands of healthcare professionals that fall within our exclusive territory and gives us a fantastic opportunity to greatly expand our client base and develop more products to add to our pipeline." The patent-pending Light Therapy System, developed by Panacea Photonics, uses special botanical formulas to produce amazing results. The botanical solutions utilize highly researched and artfully blended South American Rain Forest botanicals and are rigorously tested to insure the highest levels of performance & safety. They are formulated with 100% all-natural, naturally harvested, hand-crafted, artfully blended & indigenous tribally sourced botanicals. Medifirst Solutions continues to make significant progress in establishing business and strategic relationships with industry-leading and innovative organizations. The company goal is to create a diverse portfolio of technology and assets, with a focus on innovative products, while producing revenue and growth within the medical, health and mental health sectors. The company is confident that it will continue to make substantial progress towards achieving our business goals in the coming weeks and months.
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