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Abviva Details Patent Information for its Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Technology
Date:5/21/2010

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., May 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Abviva, Inc. (Pink Sheets: ABVV), a biomedical company engaged in the development and commercialization of breast cancer related applications of Mammastatin, today provided further details about worldwide patent protection for its breast cancer risk assessment technology.  

The Company previously announced that the Japanese Patent Office issued two patents on the core technology that may be used for therapeutic applications and in the Company's breast cancer risk assessment test, the Mammastatin Serum Assay (MSA). The patents are the most recent of 13 international and U.S. patents to issue to the University of Michigan for breast cancer diagnostic and therapeutic uses of Mammastatin.

The international patents detail methods of use and compositions of Mammastatin in therapeutic and diagnostic applications in the United States (7 patents), Australia (2 patents), Canada (1), Europe (1), and Japan (2). These patents have issued starting in the United States and Australia in 2002, and continuing through the two most recent patents issued this year in Japan.

"Based upon the patents, we believe that we will be able to aggressively penetrate the largest markets worldwide with confidence that our intellectual property is secure," said Barrett Evans, CEO of Abviva. "There are additional patents that have been filed and we are hopeful that we will be able to obtain even further protection of our intellectual property as the Co
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