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Millennium Biotechnologies, Inc. Launches SURGEX(TM) the First Scientifically Validated Sports Nutritional Product Created from the Medical Markets
Date:11/26/2007

and Endurance athletes. It works to counteract the stress that exercise puts on the body through an all-in-one nutritional supplement. During intense training, muscles incur cell damage and fatigue. The body tries to recover itself by automatically rebuilding that damage over time. If the muscles are re-trained before they have fully recovered, muscle repair and development can be inhibited, resulting in potential damage and decreased physical performance.

In double blind placebo controlled trials at the Rutgers University Human Performance Lab SURGEX(TM) significantly outperformed leading competitive products by assisting in reducing the damaging effects of exercise by improving peak power outputs, lowering oxidative stress/inflammatory markers, reducing fatigue (poor energy recovery) and the breakdown of muscle (post exercise wasting), as well as the lessening of free radical production (oxidative stress). The formula meets NCAA guidelines for use by collegiate athletes and is certified to contain no banned substances.

Supporting the launch is the debut of a state of the art website surgexsports.com. The state of the art site will provide a plethora of information on the science behind proper recovery from intense training and Millennium's study results supporting its claims for improving strength, endurance, oxidative stress markers and faster recovery. Visitors will also be able to order SURGEX(TM) for individual or team use on the site's online store.

"This is clearly a multibillion dollar industry worldwide and to leverage our proven, patent protected formulas, in a global sports market place will significantly enhance share holder value. With over twenty professional basketball players currently using our product, some for over a year, we believe that this will ignite a strong demand across numerous sports channels worldwide," said Mark Mirken, Chief Operating Officer of Millennium Biotechnologies.

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