Lifeline Biotechnologies, Inc. CEO Reveals New Information in Audio Interview on Stockbully.com BusinessWire - April 29, 2008 8:30 AM ET
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Lifeline Biotechnologies, Inc. (OTCPK:LLBT), a developer of innovative medical technology, today announced that CEO, Jim Holmes, was interviewed on www.stockbully.com. In the interview, Mr. Holmes discussed the current status of the Company's patented First Warning System(TM), a technology that could assist in the early, non-invasive detection of breast cancer.
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"Throughout our extensive testing, we have accomplished significant improvements in detection percentages over that of mammograms. The First Warning System(TM) is currently going through additional adjustments, at the same time we have a very promising process that could change the face of breast cancer detection," stated Lifeline Biotechnologies, Inc. President and CEO Jim Holmes. "Please visit our website (www.lbti.com) to stay updated on all of the recent events regarding our First Warning System(TM)."
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About Lifeline Biotechnologies, Inc:
Lifeline Biotechnologies, Inc. is an innovative medical technology company that is focused on completing the development of the First Warning System(TM), which is designed to assist in the early detection of breast cancer. Of the approximately $138 billion spent on cancer each year, Lifeline could potentially save the healthcare industry up to $4.1 billion annually, assuming the following are successfully completed: development of the First Warning System(TM)'s interpretive, proprietary software, clinical trials and FDA pre-marketing clearance. Lifeline competes in the money markets for funds to support the development of its product. The cost of funds, for early stage companies like Lifeline, are expensive and the terms have been, and may continue to be, dilutive. www.lbti.com
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Yea Yea, When will we see the money? Was given every thing but a timeline.
However, the prospects looks good.. (They also look good before) Then there was an RS!
Never the less, I'll give them another chance and take another block of shares.
I mean what the hell, I've already lost money in the state lottery games and have yet to win enough to buy a pair of shoes. -LOL!
20 lets see now.., $20 / (.0001'pps) = 200000 shares.. hmmmm.. I can live with that...>8^}
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