BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 05/21/13 -- Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and microcap sectors, believes that Nuvilex's diverse expertise could enable the Company to introduce a unique and ground-breaking cancer treatment method. Nuvilex Inc. (OTCQB: NVLX) is an international firm with a live-cell encapsulation technology initially directed to treat pancreatic cancer along with the development and the study of the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of oncology patients.
Nuvilex joins a small number of firms that is studying the prospective medical efficacy of the components of marijuana that have shown medical activity known as "cannabinoids." Nuvilex is building upon the Company's many years of experience in developing "all-natural" products for various uses by studying the medical applications of cannabinoids and developing treatments for serious human diseases. This experience goes a long way in terms of the "man years" spent on natural product-based development by the Company relative to many companies in the industry, and could shorten the time to market.
Importantly, Nuvilex plans to meld its highly regarded live cell-encapsulation technology to treat certain cancers in clinical trials and other tests, with the use of cannabinoids which have demonstrated an ability to act anticancer agents in various studies. Clearly, this live-cell encapsulation technology and cannabinoid combination is both proprietary and unique relative to anything the market has seen to date.
Moreover, it is unlikely that any other Firm will emerge with a similar approach as it would take many years to develop a technology and system even close to the Nuvilex methodology. As a result, if early tests prove successful, this combination should provide the Company with a leg up on other firms in both the traditional oncology and the medical marijuana development spaces.
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About Nuvilex, Inc. (OTCQB: NVLX): Nuvilex, Inc. has been a provider of all-natural products for many years, has expanded its company to increase its natural product based footprint through medical marijuana studies and is becoming an international biotechnology provider of live, therapeutically valuable, encapsulated cells and services for treatments, research and medicine. The Company's offerings will ultimately include cancer, diabetes and other clinical treatments using the company's natural product knowledge, product base, cell and gene therapy expertise, and live-cell encapsulation technology in addition to other new products currently under development. For more information visit: www.nuvilex.com.
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