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Kibow Biotech Releases Results of Pilot Scale Study of Its Probiotic Formulation for Kidney Health
Date:10/1/2010

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Kibow has recently completed a pilot-scale study wherein Kibow(R) Biotics were administered orally to a limited number of patients in USA, Canada, Argentina and Nigeria. The positive outcome from this study has just been published in the September issue of the peer-reviewed "Advances in Therapy" journal. This report, titled "Pilot Study of Probiotic Dietary Supplementation for Promoting Health Kidney Function in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease," can be accessed freely at the company's website (http://www.kibow.com) or the journal's website (http://www.advancesintherapy.com).

The company's flagship product, Kibow(R) Biotics, utilizes a patented and proprietary bowel-based enteric technology concept for use in clinical applications towards maintaining a healthy kidney function. Dr. Natarajan Ranganathan, Interim CEO and VP Research and Development, stated, "By developing an affordable, readily available and easy-to-administer dietary supplement, Kibow offers hope to all those who suffer from kidney problems in the USA and other countries worldwide in accordance with their respective governmental regulatory/registration authorities."

Kibow Biotech is also pleased to announce its successful completion of its 13th year of business today. To celebrate this milestone, Kibow is participating for the second year in the 9th annual National Kidney Foundation Kidney Walk, which will be taking place October 3rd, 2010 at the Philadelphia Zoo. In addition, Kibow would also like to take this time to announce its venture into social networking, with its first official Facebook page, "Probiotics for Kidney Health." Visitors are invited to leave comments, share their experiences, or view news links, photos, and videos. This will help interested people keep up with the latest research stories, see what's happening at Kibow Biotech, and more imp
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