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Nature's Bioceuticals Close to Finalizing Strategic Transaction in One of the Largest Drug Markets
Date:11/2/2011

CAPE CORAL, Fla., Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Nature's Bioceuticals, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mistral Ventures Inc. (MILV.pk - News) announced that it has reached an agreement in principal with the inventor of a formula that could have life changing results for hundreds of millions of people worldwide afflicted with the disease. It is expected that the formal agreement will be executed in the coming week, at which point details of the product will be released.

Robert deZanger, CEO of Natures Bioceuticals stated, "The implications of this natural medicine formula are mind boggling both in terms of the increased quality of life to the people who need it and the potential revenues to the company. There are over 20 different prescription drugs for this condition currently on the market and many of them have multi-billion dollar annual sales. We are anxious to have the formal closing and transfer of the rights as soon as possible so we can file a patent on the formula. We will then immediately start clinical trials to validate the veracity of the initial study. If the new expanded control group responds in a similar manner to the initial result this should be a product that will have far reaching implications and should generate acquisition interest from the major pharmaceutical and natural product companies. I look forward to further disclosure, in the very near future, pertaining to this exciting formula."

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Nature's Bioceuticals develops and acquires the rights to natural medicine formulas that are geared towards treating specific medical conditions. These medicines are all natural and derived from botanicals and mineral bases. Nature's Bioceuticals strives to provide high quality natural medicines that are as effective, if not more effective, than synth
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