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$VBIO News – Vitality Biopharma Announces International Patent Filing for Cannabinoid Pharmaceuticals

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 9:59
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FinancialNewsMedia.com News Alert: Once concluded, IP protection extends to 2035 or longer in USA and all major markets worldwide – LOS ANGELES, CA – (http://www.financialnewsmedia.com News Alert) – Vitality Biopharma, Inc. (OTCQB: VBIO) (“Vitality” or the “Company”), a corporation dedicated to the development of cannabinoid prodrug pharmaceuticals, and to unlocking the power of cannabinoids for the treatment of serious neurological and inflammatory disorders, today announced the filing of an international PCT patent application, a milestone in its development of a platform of cannabinoid pharmaceuticals.

The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) is an international patent law treaty, which provides a unified procedure for filing patent applications to protect inventions in each of its member states. Vitality Biopharma’s patent filing includes details that were previously submitted in three separate U.S. provisional applications, and includes 79 patent claims and almost 200 individual compounds, including novel glycoside prodrugs of the most abundant phytocannabinoids, THC and cannabidiol (CBD), as well as a variety of other phytocannabinoids and endocannabinoids. The patent application includes additional compounds, such as vanilloids, a class of molecules that could provide sustained pain relief through targeting of the TRPV1 receptor, and enzymatic biosynthesis methods that the Company uses internally for drug manufacturing.

There are 151 member countries within the PCT worldwide, so near global patent coverage can be obtained through successful patent prosecution in the U.S., Japan, Europe, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China, Brazil, Russia, India, and many other countries. The original priority date for this filing was September 22, 2015, therefore coverage of any underlying patent claims would extend for 20 years until 2035 in the United States, and may be subject to patent term extensions that would enable years of additional protection. Read this and more details for VBIO at: http://financialnewsmedia.com/profiles/vbio.html

“This is a significant milestone enabled by our team’s discovery and production of a versatile new portfolio of cannabinoid pharmaceuticals,” said Robert Brooke, Chief Executive Officer of Vitality Biopharma. “The clinical data emerging…

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