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Monday, 02/20/2023 8:29:17 AM

Monday, February 20, 2023 8:29:17 AM

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Prior release posted here says HTLL acquired lab, staff and inventory from Pred. If Pred could not make it with those assets how can it make it without them? This
https://www.pdffiller.com/jsfiller-desk18/?isShareViaLink=1&requestHash=b3104a8ad8b24de23d17971f96957309261dd31a8e082cdbf73fc376b5171f5f&lang=en&projectId=1206061275&loader=tips&MEDIUM_PDFJS=true&PAGE_REARRANGE_V2_MVP=true&isPageRearrangeV2MVP=true#92739c859fb6476c994a7538ee44d141

indicates wound care treatment inventory acquired from Pred worth $40 million+. This plus lab and associated assets must have been worth a serious chunk of cash to Pred, wonder where that went?

Let's see; A & B have truck load of melons, lend $1.6 million to C who gives it back to them in exchange for 51% of the melons plus agrees to pay 8% and 10% interest on the $1.6 before returning whole amount. Also agrees to pay A $350k and B $240k per year to market the melons. Sweet deal.

Call me crazy but I have become deeply suspicious of health care companies buying pieces of others who are owned by yet other health care holding companies, especially in Utah!
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