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Trial Results Are Significant Breakthrough For ProtoKinetix
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Dr. John Todd, President and CEO of ProtoKinetix (OTCBB:PKTX), states, "Confirmation by the Georges Pompidou Hospital that a clear binding of an antibody to the AFP receptor sites (RECAF(TM)) on certain cancer cells and no binding of the antibody to similar `normal' cells is validation of a unique characteristic about these kinds of cancer cells that sets them apart from healthy cells. This characteristic is a potential `doorway' into these cells that may allow for the entry of a destructive therapeutic agent. A 'doorway' is vital for a therapy to effectively kill only cancer cells."
A Prince Against a Witch in New Children's Book
HAMPTON, Va., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- In a kingdom far away, a young prince is captured for ransom by the evil ruling witch who dwells in a dreary castle in the Dark Forest. Lyrical and vibrantly illustrated, a new children's book penned by Dennis McDonald entitled Prince Eugene and the Witch features a young prince who must courageously find a way out of his prison cell. He discovers that he is not alone, and together with his friends they take a scary escape out of the witch's castle. But will they succeed?
New Book Explains the ABCs of the Outsourcing Business and More!
CAPE CORAL, Fla., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Outsourcing products and services is not a new concept. Governments, businesses, and individuals have done so for centuries. Still, entrepreneurs cannot avoid making mistakes as they learn the new forms of this business. In Dr. Kenneth A. Polcyn's brilliant new book, Outsourcing: PEO to HRO Operational Issues, learn the trade from his insights on many operational issues aimed at building a successful outsourcing business, overcoming mistakes, and improving operations.
PIMCO Dismissed from New Jersey Lawsuit
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- PIMCO, the Newport Beach, California bond specialist, confirmed today that charges included in a lawsuit filed by the New Jersey Attorney General in February have been dropped.
Bio-One To Acquire Majority Interest In $10 Million Chinese Company
ORLANDO, Fla., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Bio-One Corporation (OTCBB:BICO) announced today that the company has signed an agreement to acquire a 51% interest in a Chinese herbal medicine company in Guangzhou Province. With reported 2003 revenues of US$10 million, operating profit of US$2.7 million and assets totaling US$4 million, the company is an integrated business that includes research and development, manufacturing, sales and marketing.