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April 13, 2009
Diagnostic Imaging International Corp. - CTS Signs 10 New Hospitals

Las Vegas, April 13, 2009 - Diagnostic Imaging International Corp. (OTCBB: DIIG) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Canadian Teleradiology Services ("CTS"), has signed a new contract with 10 Hospitals.

CTS recently received the contract rights to service the Teleradiology needs of 10 hospitals in Ontario. Night time and weekend service has already begun and the feedback from the hospitals has been very positive.

With this addition, CTS expects to double its monthly study reads and has hit a critical milestone in terms of volume in the Company's history that will move the Company towards profitability.

"CTS is very excited to be able to assist the healthcare needs of this region", said Richard Jagodnik, CEO. "As CTS grows we look forward to filling the radiology shortfall many rural hospitals experience."

To find out more about Diagnostic Imaging International Corp. (OTCBB: DIIG), visit our website at www.diig.biz. Or contact the Company directly at 603-727-8613.

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