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Date:3/31/2009

ction of foreign materials including cancer cells. Because they have a strong affinity for specific regions in proteins found on cancer cells (OFA/iLRP peptides), these antibodies have diagnostic and therapeutic uses. From a diagnostic standpoint, tests can be created to diagnose the presence or location of cancer in serum or in tissue by the addition of marker substances to the antibodies. From a therapeutic standpoint, these antibodies, once prepared for human use, may possibly be used as a therapy against the cancer (passive immunity), or if joined with materials toxic to cancer cells or by altering the structure of the antibody, provide a more effective and direct therapy to destroy cancer cells while sparing normal tissue.

With these new discoveries, QI has improved its pipeline and intellectual property portfolio and hopes to promote its goals of providing effective anti-cancer therapy with minimal side effects, and to design effective methods for the earlier detection of cancers. Research is presently being planned and conducted to advance these discoveries to promote their use within clinical settings.

About Quantum Immunologics

Quantum Immunologics, Inc. ("QI") is a research-driven biotechnology company that is pioneering discoveries in immunotherapy science. QI is dedicated to the research, development and production of technologies that focus on the treatments and diagnoses of cancer and other diseases related to the immune system. Leveraging an expansive pipeline of biopharmaceutical innovations, QI remains committed to advancing medicine with the ultimate goal of dramatically improving lives. QI is currently involved in Phase I/II FDA clinical trials in Mobile, Alabama, for patients with stage IV breast cancer. For more information about the company, visit http://www.quantumimmunolo
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