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Human Pheromone Sciences Voluntarily Files With SEC for Termination of Registration
Date:3/30/2012

e either flat or less than 2011 in each quarter and revenues by customer were all less than in 2010.  This decrease we attribute to the depressed global economic conditions and the lack of new product or product line expansions during the year, and an Asian customer converting to a non-exclusive license. The Company continued to reduce operating costs during 2011.  Administrative expense reductions of approximately $239,000 offset the gross profit decrease of $196,000 for the year resulting in a $53,0000 reduction to the a net loss of $97,000 for the year ended December 31, 2010 to $44,000 for the year ended December 31, 2011.

The Company has seen a renewed interest by existing customers, inquires from potential customers, and orders from new customers.  "We are pleased to see a renewed interest in the technology and continue to work in marketing the technology to consumer product companies that can incorporate our technology into their products," a spokesperson indicated.  The Company further noted that it continues to seek alternative distribution channels for its technologies and to generate marketing interest in its patent-pending sea coral based compound, classified as ER 303.

Human Pheromone Sciences, Inc. is a technology-based company, whose proof-of concept products included prestige-priced fragrances and toiletries and environmental products sold under the Natural Attraction®, REALM®, innerREALM® and  EROX® trademarks.  These products contain mood-enhancing compounds, whose efficacy has been validated at leading universities around the world, and whose use is covered under United States and foreign patents. The Company is also involved in research and product development efforts on new compounds that have been previously identified as stimulating the emotional centers of the human brain. Further information is available on line at www.hpsna.
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