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FAIR HEALTH ANNOUNCES SUCCESSFUL BREAKTHROUGH ON TREATING CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME

 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 23 ~PRNewswire~ -- The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta has said Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ("CFS") is an epidemic.
 Fair Health has consummated an agreement with Dr. Terry Willard, B.S., M.B., Ph.D., of Calgary, Alberta, to acquire the exclusive license to manufacture, market and distribute CFS treatment systems in North America and Europe. Fair Health is a division of Fairlane Transportation Inc. (Vancouver: FRT) which trades on the Vancouver Stock Exchange.
 Over the period of six years, Willard has seen between 500-700 CFS patients and has therefore, thoroughly tested out the component of the program. Willard has also been natural healing and medicinal h bal remedy applications. Now, he has successfully developed a number of herbal treatment products which indicate significant potential in assisting those inflicted with CFS in overcoming their health problems. The products have been extensively "clinically" tested with positive results indicating improvements of up to 70 percent in patient symptoms and, when combined with personal consultation a higher percentage of success has been achieved.
 With this acquisition, the company now plans to enter into a program of active business and marketing developments to capitalize on opportunities available in the marketplace for the planned initial product lines.
 This news release was prepared by Dan Maarsman Sr., the president of the company, who accepts responsibility for its contents.
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 ~CONTACT: Dan Maarsman Sr., president of Fair Health, 604-435-6374~
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