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Executive Changes at Stem Cell Therapeutics Corp

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Allen Davidoff has accepted an offer from the Board of Directors and will become the Company's Chief Scientific Officer. The Board of Directors will immediately begin a search for a new President and temporarily assume a more active role in managing the company including the possibility of naming an interim CEO.

Dean Peterson, Chairman of SCT stated, "We wish to thank Alan Moore for his past contributions and wish him all the best in his future endeavors. We will take our time in selecting the right leader for the company. We are committed and determined to build a solid base for SCT and have some great opportunities ahead of us."

About Stem Cell Therapeutics Corp: Stem Cell Therapeutics Corp. is a Canadian public biotechnology company (TSX VENTURE:SSS) focused on the development and commercialization of drug-based therapies to treat central nervous system diseases. SCT is a leader in the development of therapies that utilize drugs to stimulate a patient's own resident stem cells. The Company's programs aim to repair neurological function lost due to disease or injury. SCT's extensive patent portfolio of owned and licensed intellectual property supports the potential expansion into future clinical programs in numerous neurological diseases such as traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Huntington's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and ALS.

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