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PharmaCyte Company Address
   PharmaCyte BioTech, Inc.
   Meadows Corporate Park I
   12510 Prosperity Dr., Suite #310
   Silver Spring, MD 20904-1643
   Phone:  (877) 958-7616 , (917) 595-2850
   Fax: (917) 595-2851

Market Value:
$76,201,902 a/o Mar 11, 2015

Shares Outstanding:
699,292.029 a/o Dec 15, 2014

Authorized Shares:
1,490,000,000 a/o Aug 26, 2014

529,206,849 a/o Aug 26, 2014

Short Selling Data

Short Interest: 363,107 (1.685) a/o Feb 13, 2015

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What is Cell-in-a-Box®?

The Cell-in-a-Box® technology, developed by Austrianova, is a means to protect, isolate, storeand transport living cells. The proprietary technology can be used for a variety of purposes.
In healthcare, it facilitates the safe implantation of cells, holding them isolated from the immune system and allowing long term production of therapeutic molecules in patients. 
In biotechnology, the Cell-in-a-Box® technology protects cells in bioreactors and fermenters, while at the same time simplifying purification of bioproducts produced from the cells and reducing production cost. 
The technology can also be applied to probiotics, cosmetics and agriculture, environmental protection and monitoring, as well as forming the basis of a powerful research tool. 
The company’s proprietary cell packaging material, Gel8, used for the Cell-in-a-Box® technology, is derived from a naturally occurring material and is thus harmless to the environment, biologically inert and has been shown to be safe in humans. 

PharmaCyte Biotech is a clinical stage biotechnology company focused on developing and preparing to commercialize treatments for cancer and diabetes based upon a proprietary cellulose-based live cell encapsulation technology known as Cell-in-a-Box®. This unique and patented technology will be used as a platform upon which treatments for several types of cancer, including advanced, inoperable pancreatic cancer, and diabetes are being built. PharmaCyte Biotech's treatment for pancreatic cancer involves low doses of the well-known anticancer prodrug ifosfamide, together with encapsulated live cells, which convert ifosfamide into its active or "cancer-killing" form. These capsules are placed as close to the cancerous tumor as possible to enable the delivery of the highest levels of the cancer-killing drug at the source of the cancer. This "targeted chemotherapy" has proven remarkably effective in past clinical trials. In addition, PharmaCyte Biotech is working towards improving the quality of life for patients with advanced pancreatic cancer and on treatments for other types of solid cancerous tumors.


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SMMG Radio Interview with COO Dr. Crabtree ~ 2013

Shareholder Update with CEO & COO via SMMG Interview ~ July 2014

The proprietary technology can be used for a variety of purposes.

In healthcare, it facilitates the safe implantation of cells, holding them isolated from the immune system and allowing long term production of therapeutic molecules in patients.

In biotechnology, the Cell-in-a-Box™ technology protects cells in bioreactors and fermenters, while at the same time simplifying purification of bioproducts produced from the cells and reducing production cost.

The technology can also be applied to probiotics, cosmetics and agriculture, environmental protection and monitoring, as well as forming the basis of a powerful research tool

Management Team:


Kenneth L. Waggoner, Chief Executive Officer and President:

Further highlights of Mr. Waggoner’s career include leadership and legal positions with several start-up companies during the last several years as well as working with Fortune 500 companies most of his professional career.  During his tenure with Chevron, Mr. Waggoner served as the Vice President and General Counsel of its Global Downstream operations where he was responsible for the overall management of legal services to the North American, Latin American, Europe and Asian Products Companies.  At Chevron he led a successful restructuring of the company’s international Legal Department following Chevron’s acquisition of Texaco.Kenneth L. Waggoner has almost four decades of experience in management, business, operations and law.  Mr. Waggoner started his career as an attorney in private practice. Notably he was a senior partner with Brobeck, Phleger and Harrison, named one of the top two law firms worldwide that provide services to biotechnology clients including Chiron, Amgen, Biogen Idec, Sangamo, Ligand, DepoTech and many others.  He was the Managing Partner of Brobeck’s Los Angeles office.  Mr. Waggoner was also a member of the Executive Committee for almost ten years and on the Policy Committee for numerous years managing Brobeck’s worldwide operations with annual revenues in excess of $750,000,000.  While at Brobeck, Mr. Waggoner was the Co-Chairman of Brobeck’s world-wide Environmental Law Group.

Mr. Waggoner received his Juris Doctorate. with honors in 1973 from Loyola University School of Law in Los Angeles.


Gerald W. Crabtree, Ph.D. – Chief Operating Officer and Director:

Dr. Crabtree is the Company’s Chief Operating Officer.  Since 1985, Dr. Crabtree has been involved with various biopharmaceutical companies where he has alternatively supervised and coordinated the development of multiple drug candidates, prepared clinical protocols, investigator brochures, monographs, research and review articles and served as project manager for development of major oncologic agents.  He is a Member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology and also is a past member of research grant review committees for the National Institute of Health and the American Cancer Society.  Dr. Crabtree established and directed, from inception, a department that monitored and coordinated the development of oncologic and immunologic drugs from initial discovery through regulatory approval in a major pharmaceutical company and served as project manager for the development of the anticancer agent, Taxol®.

Dr. Crabtree received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and has published over 80 articles in peer-reviewed journals.  He is a National Cancer Institute of Canada Research Fellow.  In addition, he served as Department Head of Molecular Pharmacology for the Nucleic Acid Research Institute, and prior to that as Associate Professor of Medicine with the Roger Williams Cancer Center at Brown University.  Dr. Crabtree has also served as Director of Project Planning and Management (Oncology/Immunology) at Bristol-Myers Squibb and as Vice-President of Research and Development at ETEX Corporation.  Most recently, Dr. Crabtree served as Interim CEO of PhytoCeutica, Inc., where he assisted in preparation and review of FDA documents, clinical study protocols, investment acquisitions and contracts and business plans.

Walter H. Gunzburg – Chief Scientific Officer:

Prof. Walter H. Gunzburg is the co-founder, Chairman of the Board and Chief Technical Officer of Austrianova. As well as being a full Professor of Virology at the University of Vienna since 1996, he has had many years of experience in the biotech industry. He was a scientific advisor to the international vaccine company, Bavarian Nordic, from 1994-2001 and was involved in their IPO. He has also been an scientific advisor to the German biotech companies, Paktis and Liponova, as well as the U.S. biotech company, Tocagen Inc., all of which developed/are developing advanced medicinal treatments for cancer. He was also the Director of the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Gene Therapeutic Vector Development from 2003-2011. Currently, he is a board member of ViruSure, a virus and prion testing company located in Vienna that he cofounded.

Prof. Gunzburg has been actively involved in European ethics and regulatory affairs in the fields of cell and gene therapy as well as xenotransplantation for many years. He was a member of the German Medical Association's Central Commission for Somatic Gene Therapy. He has also interacted with a number of regulatory agencies including the US FDA, EMA, TGA, HSA and Thai-FDA and was on the review panel for the Paul Ehrlich Institute, Langen, Germany. Prof. Gunzburg continues to be an active researcher and has published more than 130 peer-reviewed publications in international scientific and medical journals such as NatureThe Lancet,Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA and Cancer Research as well as co-authoring the first German language textbook on gene therapy. He is also a member of the editorial board of a number of international cell and gene therapy journals including Trends in Molecular Medicine, and continues to be an active reviewer for many top tier journals as well as grant funding agencies.

Dr. Matthias Lohr as Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board:

Matthias Löhr was appointed professor of gastroenterology & hepatology at Karolinska Institutet in 2007, incoming from the Univ. Heidelberg/dkfz. From the times of his MD thesis through PhD and lateron, he concentrated on several aspects of the pancreas, both in clinical medicine, translational and basic sciences. He is heading the Pancreas Research Team at Gastrocentrum and leading the KICancer Diagnose-related network for HPB tumors. For hte European Gastroenterologists (UEG), he is sitting in several committees at the EU in Brussels. He is also leading the Pancreas 2000 program, an educational program for future pancreatologists in Europe.

Thomas Liquard - Chairman of the Audit Committe

Mr. Liquard is a seasoned pharmaceutical industry executive whose past experiences include serving as Chief Executive of Alchemia Limited and as Senior Director, Portfolio Development Leader, Emerging Markets for the Established Products portfolio for Pfizer in New York.


Dr. Eva Maria (Lilli) Brandtner – Director of Diabetes Program Development


Following receipt of her Doctorate in Natural Sciences in the areas of Biochemical Microbiology and Molecular Genetics in 2001, Dr. Brandtner served as a Postdoctoral Scientist and Senior Postdoctoral Fellow at Austrianova Biomanufacturing AG in Austria where she was involved in the development of retroviral vectors for gene therapy.  In 2007, Dr. Brandtner moved to Singapore and became Project Manager for work on the cell-based therapy of liver cancer at the same company.  Shortly thereafter, Dr. Brandtner was promoted to Senior Scientist at Austrianova Pte Ltd (Austrianova) where she oversaw the development of numerous projects concerned with live cell Bioencapsulation.  This was followed in 2010 by her promotion to Chief Scientist at Austrianova, responsible for all encapsulation projects in medicine and biology.  Most importantly, while at Austrianova, Dr. Brandtner was intimately involved in all of the preclinical work done there that included the use of live cell encapsulation in developing a treatment for insulin-dependent diabetes.  Due to family commitments, in 2012 Dr. Brandtner left Singapore to return to Austria where she is currently employed as Head of the Bioencapsulation Unit at the Vorarlberg Institute for Vascular Investigation and Treatment (VIVIT).

Dr. Brandtner is co-inventor on two granted patents and is named on several additional patents that are in preparation.  She has co-authored numerous research reports that have been published in reputable scientific journals and has presented research results at national and international scientific conferences and meetings.  Dr. Brandtner is a member of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), the Austrian Diabetes Association (ÖDG) and the European Society for Gene and Cell Therapy (ESGCT).

Dr. Manuel Hidalgo, Scientific Advisory Board:

Manual Hidalgo is the Vice Director of Translational Research, Clinical Research Program Director and Head of Gastrointestinal Cancer Clinical Research Unit at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) and Director at the Centro Integral Oncologico Clara Campal (CIOCC). In addition he is a professor of Oncology at the University CEU San Pablo. Dr. Hidalgo was born in Antequera, Malaga, in 1968. He received his MD from the Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, in 1992 and his PhD from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid in 1997. Manuel specialized in Medical Oncology at the Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, Madrid, obtaining his license in 1996. He completed his training in drug development at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio (USA), where he briefly joined as Faculty. He then moved to Johns Hopkins University in 2001 as Co-Director of the Drug Development and GI Programs. He joined the CNIO in 2009 to lead the GI Cancer Clinical Research Unit. Manuel is a founding member of the Pancreatic Cancer Research Team (PCRT) - a clinical trials group focusing on novel therapeutics for pancreatic cancer. He has participated in the clinical development of more than 30 novel anticancer agents and led the early clinical trials with erlotinib and temsirolimus - two recently approved drugs. Manuel´s work has contributed to the incorporation of molecular endpoints in early clinical trials. His group pioneered the utilization of personalized xenograft models for drug screening, biomarker development and personalized cancer treatment. He has published more than 180 papers in peer-reviewed journals and his work has been funded by the NCI, AACR, and ASCO. Manuel received an AACR Clinical Research Fellowship and an ASCO Career Development Award for his work on the development of EGFR inhibitors. His most recent efforts focus on novel therapeutics for pancreatic cancer. - See more at:



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PMCB News: PharmaCyte Biotech to Present Clinical Trial at Marcum MicroCap, ASCO and BIO International Conferences 05/26/2016 09:20:00 AM
PMCB News: PharmaCyte Biotech Receives ‘Notice of Allowance’ for Patent Protection of the Melligen Cells to Treat Diabetes 05/12/2016 09:34:25 AM
PMCB News: PharmaCyte Biotech Clears Major Milestone on Path to FDA Clinical Trial 05/05/2016 07:15:00 AM
PMCB News: PharmaCyte Biotech Appoints Former Johnson & Johnson Executive as Senior Business Development Advisor 05/03/2016 09:25:00 AM
PMCB News: PharmaCyte Biotech’s Live-Cell Encapsulation Facility is Commissioned for GMP Manufacture 04/25/2016 09:20:00 AM
#48961  Sticky Note After reading Dr. Hidalgo's resume, no one is BioNewton 05/26/16 07:57:21 PM
#48515  Sticky Note Here are the milestones outlined by KW for BioNewton 05/16/16 08:53:44 AM
#48453  Sticky Note $PMCB ~ PharmaCyte Biotech, Inc. DD $Pistol Pete$ 05/14/16 01:19:21 AM
#48147  Sticky Note PMCB PharmaCyte Biotech Clears Major Milestone on Path TPX 05/05/16 09:40:56 AM
#46762  Sticky Note $PMCB recent news/filings mick 03/05/16 01:54:23 PM
#49040   I agree! That explains why no money has frosr6 05/28/16 11:26:08 PM
#49039   Thanks but have them and read them all. frosr6 05/28/16 11:06:36 PM
#49038   Bullshit! Pmcb has not treated any people. Quote: "PMCB frosr6 05/28/16 11:03:02 PM
#49037   Ground floor is .000. This has been said frosr6 05/28/16 11:00:23 PM
#49036   I never trust a company who self proclaims frosr6 05/28/16 10:56:50 PM
#49035   I agree bio...longs are strong panic selling...fros efood125 05/28/16 07:49:34 PM
#49034   Great job Longs. Not one person has BioNewton 05/28/16 06:31:21 PM
#49033   Very nice Rudy BioNewton 05/28/16 02:58:29 PM
#49032   Nice chart my Friend and huge accumulate Go $PMCB $Pistol Pete$ 05/28/16 02:20:55 PM
#49031   This should help: rudygerner 05/28/16 01:21:10 PM
#49030   PMCB CHART >>> l2 hunter 05/28/16 12:55:47 PM
#49029   $PMCB PharmaCyte Biotech - Diabetes Treatment Program Th $Pistol Pete$ 05/28/16 12:55:43 PM
#49028   Ground floor opportunity: This is going to rebecca66 05/28/16 12:29:53 PM
#49027   $PMCB All Latest News on Google http://www.pha $Pistol Pete$ 05/28/16 12:28:24 PM
#49026   Sure. Google Ann Simpson and CiaB. BioNewton 05/28/16 12:22:03 PM
#49025   Same immunosuppressive drug issues as BetaCell. Incredibly BioNewton 05/28/16 11:33:15 AM
#49024   Diabetes Research Institute +20 PharmaCyte 0 Did I mention DRI frosr6 05/28/16 11:18:00 AM
#49023   Can I see some regulated trial data backing frosr6 05/28/16 10:51:31 AM
#49022   DRI already curing T1 diabetes. Beat pmcb oh frosr6 05/28/16 10:48:12 AM
#49021   This "PR" defines BetaCell to a T. BioNewton 05/28/16 09:46:52 AM
#49020   With side effects you will never be ahead. BioNewton 05/28/16 09:11:24 AM
#49019   There is no booth. Wait for the BioNewton 05/28/16 09:08:39 AM
#49018   Yeah. Thats a real PR. Unreal. BioNewton 05/28/16 09:07:55 AM
#49017   Good job PMCB's trials will have documented evidence The Promised Land 05/28/16 04:56:02 AM
#49016   $PMCB The FDA Cracks Down on Fake Cancer frosr6 05/28/16 03:18:49 AM
#49015   Let's play how many lies were told in frosr6 05/28/16 03:04:00 AM
#49014   $PMCB Daily and Weekly Charts http://www.stock $Pistol Pete$ 05/28/16 01:32:25 AM
#49013   All I'm saying is they're in FDA trials. frosr6 05/28/16 12:52:16 AM
#49012   Please. We both know a moped stock scam frosr6 05/28/16 12:48:12 AM
#49011   This is a way way old technology and $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 10:37:51 PM
#49010   They are 60 years old technology compare with $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 10:37:06 PM
#49009   $PMCB PharmaCyte Biotech, Inc. (OTC: PMCB) : At $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 08:21:01 PM
#49008   BetaCells technology is 40 years old. BioNewton 05/27/16 07:51:41 PM
#49007   You have to learn how patents work and BioNewton 05/27/16 07:50:37 PM
#49006   The #1 side-effect for BetaCells treatment is the BioNewton 05/27/16 07:43:01 PM
#49004   Yes it is but no one find it $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 05:45:07 PM
#49003   $PMCB PharmaCyte Biotech - Diabetes Treatment Program Th $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 05:17:49 PM
#49002   Haha...let's wait and see how the truth come $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 05:00:09 PM
#49001   What about it. It's ancient technology that's been frosr6 05/27/16 04:56:22 PM
#49000   Haha...what about Pancreatic Cancer treatment from PMCB for $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 04:31:05 PM
#48999   Now here's company that's blowing the doors off frosr6 05/27/16 04:02:39 PM
#48998   BetaCell well ahead of PharmaCyte in T1 Diabetes frosr6 05/27/16 04:00:58 PM
#48997   This is excellent...thanks for sharing. Here we efood125 05/27/16 03:56:31 PM
#48996   Years away. Bats-Cell and IDR are light years frosr6 05/27/16 03:53:16 PM
#48995   $PMCB excellent news. Next week will be very $Pistol Pete$ 05/27/16 03:47:03 PM
#48994   This news i do like. Don't know why mind1 05/27/16 03:43:08 PM
#48993 The Promised Land 05/27/16 03:32:48 PM
#48992   Great if ones invested in UTS as they frosr6 05/27/16 03:26:03 PM
#48991   A patent’s just been granted for what could Uboat 05/27/16 03:23:33 PM
#48990 The Promised Land 05/27/16 03:16:32 PM