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Resverlogix Eliminates Sixty Percent of Remaining Debt
Date:10/15/2008

Restructure allows new scientific and business development flexibility

TSX Exchange Symbol: RVX

CALGARY, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Resverlogix Corp. ("Resverlogix") (TSX:RVX) announced today that it has redeemed USD$10 million or approximately 60% of its remaining USD$17.3 million debenture.

Donald McCaffrey, President and CEO of Resverlogix stated, "The economic environment remains very volatile and challenging for companies around the globe. This action limits our dilution on set terms that protect shareholders value and it enhances our flexibility to proceed with our ongoing scientific and business development plans. The US $10 million redemption will consist of 2.4 million common shares with a value of US $5.5 million and US $4.5 million cash. Under the terms of the amendment, the conversion price has been amended to a five day volume weighted average price of $3.07 less 15% in exchange for debenture holders agreeing to restrict any put options until March 31, 2009. Along with the removal of future certain dilution factors the Company has also gained the option to buy out any remaining debenture at a 25% premium."

The following are key terms of the restructured convertible debenture:

- In addition to the March 31, 2009 restriction on the put option, the

ability to put to the Company in common shares has been waived by the

debt holders.

- The remaining principal balance of $278,000 carrying a 15% interest

rate from the January 2007 convertible debenture has been reduced to

12% and rolled into the remaining convertible debt instrument.

- Mandatory conversion of the entire debt at the Company's option at

$5.22, subject to certain trading conditions being met.

- The 1,467,349 outstanding warrants have been repriced to $3.07.

To assist shareholders with understanding the salient and beneficial points to this amendment Resverlogix will post k
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