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Dynamic Outlines Initial Target Markets for Pharmaceutical Cannabinoid Products
Date:12/5/2008

a major pharmaceutical venture. Our success will be determined by the successes of our patients. Our strategy for success includes increasing the speed of bringing each product to market by using a multi-pronged approach. It is important to bear in mind that our ability to receive licensing fees for the various products will not have to wait on approval for use. Moreover, conventional measures of the various pharmaceutical markets do not offer a fair measure of the potential for cannabis-based medicines. For example, the huge cost of treating diseases such as MRSA is not measured by the cost of specific pharmaceuticals. Moreover, there is no simple metric for the value of reducing a patient's need for debilitating opiates. Consequently, we are extremely excited to bring such important medical advances to the people who need them most."

In each of these areas, cannabis has been proven to work, so Dynamic will have targeted formulations, which the Company plans to release via one or more of the four types of pharmaceutical product categories targeted:

    1. Possible over-the-counter Pharmaceutical Products:
       a) Non-Prescription Drugs (With disease specific claims)
       b) Nutraceuticals (No disease specific claims)

    2. Possible Prescription Pharmaceutical Medications:
       a) Psychoactive Medications
       b) Non-Psychoactive Medications

Director and Chief Science Officer, Dr. Robert Melamede, stated, "There is an enormous need for these products. Recent advances in science have opened the door to develop, produce, and commercialize a variety of effective whole plant cannabinoid-based pharmaceutical products with a wide variety of important applications. Although cannabis has been used medicinally for thousands of years, until very recently little was known about how it actually worked. Our team of scientists will develop more effective ways to produce and commercialize the produ
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