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Dr. Lester Mandelker to Collaborate with Nuovo Biologics, LLC
Date:8/17/2011

MIAMI, Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Nuovo Biologics, LLC has announced a collaboration with Dr. Lester Mandelker a Largo, Florida veterinarian. Dr. Mandelker will supervise all small non consumable animal veterinary related activities implemented by the Company in its pursuit of FDA/CVM NADA approvals for Panavira™ including (but not limited to) respiratory disease caused by viral infections, canine malignant melanoma, feline leukemia (FeLv) and feline immune deficiency (FIU).

Dr. Mandelker will assist the company in developing a veterinary research organization designed to train veterinarians to perform and manage clinical research.  Dr. Mandelker will help recruit both his own patients and other qualified veterinarians to bring their patients to participate in the pilot and field studies for Panavira™ and other veterinary products.

Dr. Mandelker who maintains active memberships in AVMA, FVMA, AAHA, FVMA, ABVP and the FAAVPT has been in private practice since 1972 at the Community Veterinary Hospital, in Largo Florida, which is an AAHA Certified Hospital.

Over the last several decades Dr. Mandelker has maintained a high degree of peer respect and acknowledgement. A Past President of the Pinellas County (Florida) Veterinary Medical Association, he was selected among the nation's top veterinarians in 2006 & 2007 by the Consumer's Research Council of America and was Chairman of Examination Committee of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners from 1900 to 1992.

Dr. Mandelker is a Diplomat of The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners and is certified in Canine and Feline Medicine.  His Specialty Interest is Pharmacology, Nutraceuticals and Antioxidants. Dr. Mandelker is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Pharmacology and Therapeutics (FAAVPT).

Dr. Mandelker has published over 175 scientific articles on pharmacology, medicine and nutraceuticals
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