LOS ANGELES, May 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- InstaCare Corp. (OTCQB: ISCR), a leading provider of home and prescription diagnosticproducts for the chronically ill, including the revolutionary Shasta Genstrip targeted at the $20 billion diabetes care and at-home testing markets, and a leading developer of advanced cell phone centric e-health
The Board of Directors of InstaCare Corp. also received and reviewed a prior merger proposal from the same company. This earlier proposal was reviewed by the Board and resulted in rejection, and has subsequently been followed by the InstaCare Board submitting a number of counter proposals.
Robert Jagunich, Chairman of InstaCare Corp. commented, "Although we have received two offers, both at premiums to current market prices, it is the Board's belief that based on our analysis, as verified independently in the Walling reports of January 24 and March 2, InstaCare offers more value to its shareholders by remaining independent. However, the Board is still exploring the current proposal. At this time, even with a proposal in hand, InstaCare continues to explore its options, as well as other shareholder value enhancing opportunities."
Mr. Jagunich continued, "Shareholders do not need to take action at this time. The Board will take action in due course."
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SOURCE InstaCare Corp.
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