Steven Keough Letter to Kasten Shareholders

Corporate Structure

The past few weeks have been a very exciting time for Kasten/DAKOTA Life Sciences (OTC Pink: KAST). The merger brought the DAKOTA experience in the life sciences sector, proprietary technologies, and multiple ready-for-market pharmaceutical products. This includes DAKOTA’s prescription development pipeline that is quite advanced in several product areas.

The Kasten team brings considerable relationships and experience in product sales and marketing, as well as a capital markets capability to direct our future growth.  The merger resulted in a capital restructuring that retired 107 million existing Kasten common shares.  After giving effect to the merger with Dakota, Kasten has approximately 62 million shares outstanding.

Drug Products

We expect that our first consumer launch will be in the area of Over-The-Counter (OTC) medication for fungal infections of toenails. Our patent and trademark ownership related to the proprietary compound known as the Thin-Nail® antifungal cream enables a dramatic improvement to toenail treatments. ThinNail OTC is designed to rapidly kill fungal infections in the toenail through its proprietary penetration of the nail to effectively deliver drug where it is most needed.

The inventor of the ThinNail® medication we use for the toenail fungal infections, Dr. Lorri Riley, is a well-respected podiatrist with an active medical and research podiatry practice.  She has worked closely with our Company since we acquired her intellectual property several years ago.

The Company continues its progress on a prescription version of the ThinNail product. This patented Rx product is designed to be radically effective compared to other prescription products. Our technology enables us to kill the more serious cases of toenail fungal infection (known by its medical term as “onychomycosis”) and to do so in about half the time, with less cost and less drug exposure to the consumer than existing products.

Another 2017 product release is expected to be in the topical antimicrobial (antibiotic) space. The continuing global challenges posed by resistant bacteria requires a sophisticated medical response. Our Company addresses this critical need with a proprietary drug delivery system that we refer to as Site Specific Penetration Technology (“SSPT™”). This delivery system enables certain legacy antibiotics to perform as if they were newly developed, and to be highly effective against resistant infections.

The SSPT drug delivery system will also be used in our prescription antibiotic that is advancing through development. Following FDA approval, our prescription antibiotic with our unique SSPT delivery system will address the large population of people with diabetic foot ulcers.

This year should see an exciting launch of products, as well as a likely site selection for future operations. Our goals are to deliver superb results to the consumers of our products as a pre-requisite to enhancing shareholder value. Thank you for your ongoing support.

Steven J. Keough, President.