Cohen Independent Research Coverage & Buy Recommendation

Cohen Independent Research Initiates Coverage on Medifocus Inc. with a Strong Buy Recommendation

October 10, 2012, 8:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time. 

SAN RAFAEL, CA–(Marketwire – Oct 10, 2012) – Cohen Independent Research (CIR), Wall Street’s leading independent micro-cap research firm, has announced that it has initiated coverage on Medifocus Inc. ( OTCQX : MDFZF ) ( TSX VENTURE : MFS ) with a STRONG BUY recommendation and a 12-month price target of $.74 per share. CIR provides an in-depth analysis, including 5-year financial and valuation projections, on Medifocus’ business and its significant growth drivers. A copy of the report is available for download at

About Cohen Independent Research 

Cohen Independent Research is Wall Street’s leading independent micro-cap research firm, concentrating on emerging companies with strong management teams focused on shareholder value and sustainable competitive advantage. CIR, led by renowned security analyst, Paul Cohen, this CFA analyst written research report highlight the company’s market opportunity, technology, management, competition and other key differentiators that may affect their long- and short-term valuation. CIR focuses on those public companies that lack or have minimal Wall Street research analyst coverage. CIR research reports are commissioned and paid for by the companies covered, or by third parties. For more information, visit:

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About Medifocus 

Medifocus owns a patented microwave focusing technology platform (the Adaptive Phased Array (“APA”) technology), which can precisely target and control microwave energy to cause heating in cancerous tumors anywhere in the body reliably and repeatedly. The ability to target tumors with a precision controlled dose of heat can be used to destroy tumors at higher temperatures, to treat tumors in combination with chemotherapy and/or radiation at moderate temperatures for increased effectiveness and reduced toxicity and to trigger the targeted release of therapeutic drugs and genes at tumor sites at lower temperatures. While the core technology has been licensed from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Medifocus has further refined the precision of the microwave focusing and control ability and developed a commercial system dedicated exclusively for the treatment of Breast Cancer. With the acquisition of Prolieve®, Medifocus now owns in addition, a revenue generating commercial BPH heat treatment product generating cash flow to support the development and commercialization of other catheter based or APA based external focused heat systems for targeted thermotherapy of deep seated tumors anywhere in the body. Please visit for more details.

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Paul Cohen
Cohen Independent Research Group Inc.

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