SOURCE: PharmaCom BioVet, Inc.

June 04, 2009 08:30 ET

PharmaCom BioVet to File With FDA in Order to Perform Clinical Trials

RALEIGH, NC--(Marketwire - June 4, 2009) - PharmaCom BioVet, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: PHMB) is pleased to announce that it is preparing a Form 21 CFR 511.1(b) for submission to the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). This initial form is one of several required if the Corporation decides to potentially run clinical trials on a histone deacetylase inhibitor for canines, which the Corporation is planning to develop. The histone deacetylase inhibitor is potentially for dogs suffering from an acute type of cancer, canine hemangiosarcoma.

"We are pleased to announce this filing with the FDA, because it is another positive step towards implementing our business plan and could possibly lead to future testing of cancer treatment medications for canines," stated Gary Berthold, President of PharmaCom BioVet, Inc.

About PharmaCom BioVet, Inc.:

PharmaCom BioVet, Inc. is quickly positioning itself to becoming the leader in specialized veterinary oncology (cancer treatment facilities for animals). PHMB management is planning the rollout of specialized Veterinary Oncology Treatment Centers that will be strategically located throughout the United States. PHMB has licensed a series of proprietary devices and compounds that will enable animals suffering from cancer a potentially greater life expectancy and decreased suffering. To learn more, please go to the Corporations Web site

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