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Generex Provides Further Information for March 30 Press Conference & Investor Call to Discuss Management's Strategic Development Plan for Future Growth
Date:3/24/2011

WORCESTER, Mass., March 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Generex Biotechnology Corporation (www.generex.com) (OTC Bulletin Board: GNBT) today provided further information regarding the Company's press conference and investor call scheduled for March 30, 2011 to discuss management's strategic development plan for the Company's future growth.

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The details of the press conference are as follows:Date:March 30, 2011Time:1:00 pm ETWhere:NASDAQ MarketsiteTimes Square, 43rd & BroadwayNew York CityTo attend in person, RSVP absolutely required for building security.  Please contact bradley.smith@muncmedia.com.  Generex executives will be available for media and analyst interviews.  Please call 917.680.6011 to schedule.Live Video Webcast:http://investor.generex.com/events.cfm Generex Interim President & Chief Executive Officer, Mark Fletcher, will host the press conference along with additional members of the Generex team including Dr. Eric Von Hofe, Dr. James Anderson, Dr. Craig Eagle, Dr. David Brusegard, and Dr. Joseph Rubinfeld.  Management will discuss its plan to advance the development of Generex Oral-lyn™, the Company's proprietary buccal insulin spray product, and the Antigen Express AE37 immunotherapeutic cancer vaccine platform.  Additionally, management will outline its strategy for pharmaceutical partnerships, developmental collaborations, and third party licensing of certain intellectual property.

Management believes its strategic initiatives will create a more focused and streamlined operation while unlocking the value of the substantial intellectual prope
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