AXIM® Biotechnologies Completes Pre-Clinical Drug Studies on New Compound Proving Tenfold Greater Inhibition of Tumor Metastasis Than Parent Compound

BioSpace | March 24, 2020

Axim Biotech®  Inc. (OTCQB: AXIM) (“AXIM® Biotech,” “AXIM” or “the Company”), an international healthcare solutions company targeting oncological and cannabinoid research, announced today that its subsidiary Sapphire Biotech, Inc. (“Sapphire”) has completed pre-clinical drug studies on a new compound, SPX-1009, demonstrating 10 times greater potency than its parent compound, SBI-183, in inhibiting metastasis.

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With more than 3,000 known Ebola cases and 1,500 deaths from the virus, public health officials and healthcare organizations are eager to track the spread of Ebola and share this data with others in the industry.

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