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Cellceutix CEO, Leo Ehrlich, Conducts Interview with "Biotech Stock Trader"; Dr. Paul Ginsberg, (Renowned Patent Attorney) Joins Cellceutix Advisory Board
Date:4/18/2011

BEVERLY, Mass., April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cellceutix Corporation (OTCQB: CTIX, "the Company"), a biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering and developing small molecule drugs to treat unmet medical conditions including drug-resistant cancers, is pleased to announce that its CEO Leo Ehrlich has conducted an interview with Biotech Stock Trader, a news and information portal for investors in pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms.  The interview provides additional insight into Cellceutix, the future path of the Company, and its business model. The company's potential and developments are discussed as well as the Cellceutix pipeline, upcoming clinical trials, and the Company's potential revolutionary cancer medication breakthrough with Kevetrin™ to reactivate p53, the "Guardian Angel of the Human Genome."

The interview is available for viewing on the Cellceutix website at http://www.cellceutix.com/news/BiotechStockTrader.html and at http://biotechstocktrader.com/cellceutix-otcqb-ctix-management-outlines-enormous-potential-in-exclusive-interview-200/.

Cellceutix also is pleased to announce that they have added renowned patent attorney, Dr. Paul Ginsberg, to their Advisory Board.

Cellceutix CEO Leo Ehrlich commented, "We are excited that Dr. Ginsberg wanted to expand his relationship with Cellceutix. Dr. Ginsberg has already been of great help in the patent process of Kevetrin™ and we look forward to his knowledge and experience as we finalize the patent application for our autism drug.  Dr. Ginsberg, with his in depth understanding of pharmaceutical chemistry, is a perfect fit to join our other amazing scientific advisors who have been of such enormous help to our early and extraordinary scientific successes. "'/>"/>

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