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Sanguine Corporation is engaged in the development of a synthetic red blood cell product called PHER-O2. The Company claims that his product has an oxygen-carrying capacity but smaller than red blood cells. With this ability, the Company believes that it can be useful in the treatment of heart attacks, strokes and cancer.

PHER-O2 is composed of perfluoro-decalin molecules, or synthetic red blood cells, purified water and a wetting agent, to hold the emulsion together. The Company also believes that use of perfluoro-decalin would be effective as an imaging agent in X-ray imaging, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and CAT scans, without side effects. The Company estimates that PHER-O2 has several other advantages over human blood: that it can be sterilized to be free of disease; that it has the quality of a universal match for all blood types; that it can be mass-produced; and that it can be stored much longer than human blood.

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Shares authorized 100 mil, shares outstanding: 79 mil (OS didn't increase between the last two 10Qs).

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http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050531/315106.html?.v=1

May 31, 2005--Sanguine Corp. (OTCBB: SGNC - News), a bio-pharmaceutical company focused on the development of an oxygen-carrying synthetic substitute for human red blood cells and numerous other areas requiring oxygen profusion, has selected, in conjunction with a detailed product analysis by Beckloff Associates LLC, a division of Cardinal Health, the transportation of Islet Cells using PHER-O2 as its primary indication. The oxygen-carrying attribute of PHER-O2, in conjunction with the work completed by previously announced universities, were major contributors to the company's decision. When the FDA approved the first-generation product, FLUOSOL D.A., it was approved for angioplasty. Although the product was approved for angioplasty, there were many thousands of cases where physicians decided to use the product as an oxygen carrier for patients who cannot or will not take blood products.
According to Novo Nordisk (NYSE:NN - News), "Scientists from 12 medical centers performed islet transplants in 86 patients with type 1 diabetes during a 5-year period. They published their findings in September 2004. After 6 months, 61% of patients were no longer taking insulin. At 1 year, 58% were still not taking insulin."

Dr. Thomas C. Drees, Ph.D., president and CEO, remarked, "Our company is extremely excited to pursue an FDA indication using PHER-O2 in conjunction with the transportation of islet cells. I am personally a diabetic. I truly understand that any effort to relieve the world of this rapidly growing condition is extremely important. On March 14, 2005, the LA Times published an interview of Dr. James Shapiro of the University of Alberta, where it was written that there are a small number of donor pancreases available each year. Also, the fragile islet cells culled from cadaver organs can be severely damaged from cold storage or by the drugs given to recipients to prevent rejection; the pancreas itself can be damaged. As a consequence, most islet transplants require two to four donor pancreases to produce enough cells for the recipient to become insulin independent. Our goal, with pursuing this indication, would be to significantly increase the viability of transplant cells, thus increasing the number of islet cells available for successful transplantation. "


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#108   keeping the dream alive whosjohngalt 11/19/16 05:10:03 AM
#107   medical mj companies whosjohngalt 10/21/16 08:22:14 AM
#106   c'mon Frank whosjohngalt 10/10/16 01:42:53 PM
#105   or maybe not whosjohngalt 09/29/16 12:17:07 PM
#104   appears to be the end of the road whosjohngalt 09/29/16 10:07:53 AM
#103   Second alert on SGUI being severely delinquent in Renee 07/10/16 09:42:09 PM
#102   1 year anniversary of pr whosjohngalt 06/30/16 10:55:44 AM
#101   like a rocket ship here yesterday, sgui whosjohngalt 02/04/16 09:53:13 AM
#100   down 35 percent on a 5 dollar trade yesterday, whosjohngalt 01/28/16 02:28:09 PM
#99   Yes. I agree. It's been far Retire43 12/18/15 10:49:34 AM
#98   typically whosjohngalt 12/18/15 07:01:50 AM
#97   I have no idea what's going on with Retire43 12/17/15 03:04:33 PM
#96   assuming a whosjohngalt 12/17/15 07:56:16 AM
#95   Yes. Hope it comes soon! Retire43 10/08/15 03:21:36 PM
#94   probably hear something soon whosjohngalt 10/08/15 01:27:25 PM
#93   I imagine we are awaiting Finra to clear Retire43 08/06/15 05:15:40 PM
#92   seems we (or at least me) whosjohngalt 08/06/15 01:22:13 PM
#91   well I sent an email whosjohngalt 07/29/15 05:46:46 AM
#90   thx for the heads up whosjohngalt 07/02/15 10:00:13 AM
#89   OK , SGUI has announced a name change Talking Rock 07/02/15 08:42:01 AM
#88   we're rallying. whosjohngalt 06/25/15 07:48:16 AM
#87   is pretty entertaining whosjohngalt 06/23/15 08:21:37 AM
#86   I bought in whosjohngalt 06/13/15 08:48:08 PM
#85   OK , SGUI moved up in PPS and Talking Rock 06/13/15 08:42:11 AM
#84   Does anyone that follows SGUI have ANY idea Talking Rock 05/23/15 04:25:38 PM
#83   I purchased SGUI at a price level below Talking Rock 05/17/15 05:50:28 PM
#82   Stock actually traded today! Retire43 05/12/15 04:13:08 PM
#81   thx Renee, appreciate that. whosjohngalt 03/06/15 07:47:37 AM
#80   yeah I'm aware whosjohngalt 03/06/15 07:34:12 AM
#79   SGUI is severely delinquent in filing their Financials Renee 02/22/15 01:40:59 PM
#78   Well we just may have done it! Retire43 02/09/15 10:58:31 PM
#77   think we whosjohngalt 02/09/15 12:06:59 PM
#76   Yes. This could get exciting fast. Retire43 02/06/15 10:14:52 AM
#75   well volume generally doesn't lie whosjohngalt 02/06/15 02:47:04 AM
#74   Yeah. Id like that. And you're Retire43 02/05/15 05:24:34 PM
#73   oh, that's what happened whosjohngalt 02/05/15 04:34:10 PM
#72   Sgui bought the IP of allp Retire43 02/05/15 02:10:57 PM
#71   nice yeah I do remember allp now, and Baxter whosjohngalt 02/05/15 12:27:59 PM
#70   Yes. IMO, This is a buy at these Retire43 02/05/15 11:21:44 AM
#69   seems maybe whosjohngalt 02/05/15 10:35:08 AM
#68   I'll have to take a look at things whosjohngalt 02/05/15 09:49:16 AM
#67   yeah I remember, the sybd crew whosjohngalt 02/05/15 09:45:58 AM
#66   I just looked OXBT is now TENX. Retire43 02/04/15 10:02:08 PM
#65   I think I rem that stock. I Retire43 02/04/15 09:57:24 PM
#64   lmao that's kind of true, one of the 1st whosjohngalt 02/04/15 09:12:11 PM
#63   since whosjohngalt 02/04/15 08:53:11 PM
#62   Someone is willing to sell at the bid Retire43 02/04/15 12:47:13 PM
#61   I'm just inquiring on here. As to Retire43 02/02/15 03:44:17 PM
#60   ding whosjohngalt 09/26/14 05:10:54 AM
#59   think I heard a chirp whosjohngalt 08/30/14 06:08:44 AM
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