EP Global Communications, Inc., Announces the Appointment of Corey W. Hunter M.D. as Company Medical Director and Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board

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Respected Pain Physician Headed a Team of Scientists at NYU for Early Findings on the FDA Cleared MPDD Device. Will Now Lead Device to the U.S. and International Healthcare Markets.

EP Global Communications, Inc. (the Company) , (Pink Sheets: EPGL.PK), is pleased to announce the appointment of Corey W. Hunter M.D. to the position of Company Medical Director and Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Hunter was pivotal in conducting early research on the MPDD device. Along with NYU physicians, Michel Dubois M.D. and Shengping Zou M.D., Dr. Hunter headed the team which published one of the first research studies showing significant improvement for the detection of pain caused by muscles, using the MPDD device versus traditional manual pressure (MP) for the diagnosis and treatment Myofascial Pain Syndrome which can include chronic back pain, neck pain, migraine, fybromyalgia and more. These findings greatly contributed to the early progress of the MPDD development and its subsequent FDA 510k clearance and patent awards.

Corey W. Hunter, MD is based in New York City. He completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center and a fellowship in pain medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Hunter's specialties include pain diagnosis and treatment, disorders of the spine and peripheral nervous system, with a special interest in advanced interventional techniques and minimally invasive spinal procedures.

As Company Medical Director, Dr. Hunter's exceptional knowledge and expertise will guide the MPDD device to a successful launch in the U.S. and international healthcare markets. Shareholders should expect announcements about other key management appointments in the near future, including additional key individuals with expertise in business management and medical technology.

In other Company news, the 10:1 reverse split is on track to take effect shortly. Over the past several days there have been some unexpected delays in the collection and filing of requisite Company documents due to restructuring of the Company. These documents are presently being completed and filed as expeditiously as possible. The restructuring partners are aware that shareholders are interested and anticipating when this reverse split will occur. To that end, the Company will attempt to give shareholders at least 24 hours notice, as soon as it is informed of the exact date.

The Company wishes to emphasize to shareholders that once the 10:1 reverse split occurs, the freely trading common shares will reduce sharply to approximately 499 million shares. The remaining majority of authorized common shares will be issued to the restructuring partners and will be restricted shares under the 1933 Securities Act. All the toxic debt has now been eliminated and there will be no unscrupulous dumping of shares into the market as service to debt ever again. The restructuring partners will never consider such a financing arrangement in the future and will not allow that predicament to occur to the Company or its shareholders again. In contrast, the restructuring partners of the Company are committed to growing the Company and shareholder value significantly for the long term.

About EP Global Communications, Inc.
EP Global Communications, Inc. is a medical device manufacturer and marketing company with exclusive rights to a new FDA 510k cleared medical device called the Muscle Pain Detection Device. The MPDD is a revolutionary new diagnostic tool for the detection of muscular originated pain in the human body.

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