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Pulmo BioTech Inc. Announces Paper to be Presented at Symposium
Date:5/4/2009

NEW YORK, May 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pulmo BioTech Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: PLMO; Frankfort Borse: PLO) has announced that Dr. Jocelyn Dupuis, the Chief Scientific Officer of its Pulmo Science Inc. subsidiary and the originator of the PulmoBind concept is to present a paper at the 5th International Symposium on Peptide Receptors and Kinin 2009 to be held in Quebec, Canada from June 26th to 29th.

The paper, which is titled "Development of Radiolabeled Adrenomedullin Analogs Designed for Molecular Imaging of the Pulmonary Circulation", will be part of the session "From a Peptide to a Drug: Rational Drug Design".

This multidisciplinary and highly prestigious symposium aims to bring together outstanding scientists from around the world to discuss the most recent developments and future trends in basic and clinical research on a variety of peptides, neuropeptides and G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCR).

"We are very pleased that Dr. Dupuis has been chosen to present a paper on our Molecular Imaging technology at the Peptide Receptors International Symposium. As a company, Pulmo BioTech Inc. believes strongly in the peer review process and academic publishing, and we are delighted to have been given the opportunity to bring to an open forum some of the technical details of our development work." - Garry McCann, CEO Pulmo BioTech Inc.

About Pulmo BioTech Inc.

Pulmo BioTech Inc. specializes in the development and marketing of medical technology and research. Our proven strengths combine extensive commercial experience and academic credentials. The principal staff members are acknowledged experts in their specialized fields, and work with a broad range of investment institutions. Our mission is to utilize scientific imagination and drive, together with managerial and financial acumen, to bring innovative and profitable products to the marketplace to the benefit of all stock holde
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