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Nutra Pharma Announces Successful Completion of Joint Venture Meetings in China
April 17, 2007

Nutra Pharma Corp., a biotechnology company that is developing drugs for HIV and Multiple Sclerosis has today announced that its drug discovery division, ReceptoPharm, has successfully completed initial discussions with Zhong Xin Dong Tai Co., Ltd. (Nanogene Biotechnology) to develop RPI-MN for the Chinese market. RPI-MN is ReceptoPharm’s lead drug candidate being researched for the treatment of HIV/AIDS and other viral disorders.

The meetings, which took place in the Shandong Province in eastern China, were hosted by Nanogene Biotechnology to discuss the potential Chinese market size, the structure of the joint venture and the required studies needed to begin the regulatory process. In addition, both parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding that outlines the ongoing business development process for creating the joint venture.

“We look forward to working with Nanogene Biotechnology to create this joint venture aimed at helping millions of Chinese patients suffering from viral disorders,” commented Paul Reid, CEO of ReceptoPharm, Inc. “We were surprised to learn from Nanogene Biotechnology that the potential Chinese antiviral market is estimated to be around $280 billion. This is approximately 10 times greater than the antiviral market in the United States,” he added.

According to the signed Memorandum of Understanding, ReceptoPharm will need to confirm safety and efficacy of RPI-MN by completing pre-clinical studies at Soochow University. Nanogene Biotechnology will provide the drug raw material and ReceptoPharm will modify the products and provide the proper study protocols. Upon successful completion of the pre-clinical studies, ReceptoPharm and Nanogene Biotechnology will proceed with clinical trials aimed at gaining full regulatory approval in China.

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