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China PharmaHub Reviews 2010 and Recent Accomplishments
Date:3/24/2011

BOSTON, March 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- China PharmaHub Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board Symbol: CPHB), a biopharmaceutical acquisition and development company, today reviewed its 2010 and recent achievements and provided key corporate goals for 2011.

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"In 2010, we built the foundations of China PharmaHub as a global company with multiple exclusive licensing products addressing existing multibillion dollar markets," said China PharmaHub CEO Richard Lui. "We took the company public through a merger with an existing public company, opened a second office in Boston and built a presence in China. In addition, we executed on our corporate strategy, securing a combination of in-licensing agreements and exclusive distribution agreements and creating project-specific subsidiaries, working towards becoming a central hub for the acquisition and/or licensing, development, and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products in the U.S. and China."

Mr. Lui continued, "We are dedicated to continuing to secure similar types of arrangements and establishing more product-focused subsidiaries in 2011. We recently signed an exclusive licensing agreement with the University of California for a universal donor blood product, an agreement that showcases the strengths of the China PharmaHub business model and our ability to partner with premier research institutes, and which also will strengthen our intellectual property position. Looking ahead, through our new subsidiary CPC NuLife, we will be working towards bringing CPC001, an irradiated microsphere device for liver cancer, towards commercialization, with regulatory submissions planned shortly and a pivotal trial expected to begin before the end of this year. In addition, we will begin commercializing several ready-to-market products under our collaborations, including the Illumibr
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