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New Century Companies, Inc.
New Century Announces Two New Orders, Bringing Recent Total To More Than $1 Million
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- New Century Companies, Inc. (OTCBB:NCNC), a leading manufacturer and re-manufacturer of machine tools, today announced that it has received two orders, totaling $760,000, for vertical turning centers (VTCs). Combined with a VTC order reported last week, the Company's recent string of major orders has added $1.06 million in revenue, all of which will be booked in the third (current) and fourth quarters of 2005.
SinoFresh Healthcare, Inc.
SinoFresh Hires CAM-Global to Assist Worldwide Expansion Efforts
ENGLEWOOD, Fla., Aug. 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- SinoFresh HealthCare, Inc. (OTCBB:SFSH) today announced it has retained business development firm CAM-Global, Irvine, CA, to help direct its entry into global licensing and distribution arrangements for its broad-spectrum antiseptic technology. The SinoFresh technology is chiefly applicable to upper respiratory therapies that target bacterial, fungal, and viral-source diseases affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
Strategy X Inc
Strategy X, Inc. Reports Strong Revenue Growth for the Remainder of 2005
HARRISON, Maine, Aug. 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Strategy X, Inc. (Pink Sheets:SRGX), homeland security specialist, is very optimistic over the revenue growth potential of the company for the remainder of 2005. With two government homeland security proposals currently in source selection, two municipal homeland security contract grants awaiting approval at the state level homeland security offices and the continued revenue increases in their existing government homeland security contract, the economic and operation growth is looking very positive for the company.
BSD Medical Corporation
Report in CANCER Shows 90 Percent Complete Remission with Advanced BSD Medical System
SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- BSD Medical Corp. (AMEX:BSM) today announced that the current issue of CANCER (Vol. 104: pages 763-770, 2005), the official Journal of the American Cancer Society, has published the results of an important clinical study that further validates the progress of what the company has dubbed a tri-modality "super therapy" for treating cancer using BSD advanced technology for treatments. Using a triple combination of radiation, chemotherapy and treatments with BSD systems that are designed to increase the effectiveness of both radiation and chemotherapy in addition to killing cancer directly, an international team of researchers at Duke University Medical Center, Norway and the Netherlands gave a powerful punch to the treatment of 68 patients who suffered from advanced cervical cancer. Ninety percent of them experienced a complete remission.