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September 21, 2009
Diagnostic Imaging International Corp.
CTS Signs New Client Hospital Contract

Las Vegas, September 21, 2009 - Diagnostic Imaging International Corp. (OTCBB: DIIG) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Canadian Teleradiology Services ("CTS"), has signed a new client hospital contract.

CTS signed a new daytime contract for teleradiology services this past week. The client hospital is a current nighttime user of CTS services. The hospital has been very pleased with the services that CTS supplies and has opted to expand its use of CTS by singing this daytime contract.

The new contract will increase CTS revenues and serve as an example of how CTS can provide effective 24/7 radiology services to rural hospitals that might otherwise not be able to offer efficient, effective and time sensitive health services to their indigenous communities.

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