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April 6th, 2004

BioDelivery Sciences Announces Participation at Conference

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BioDelivery Sciences International, Inc. announced today their participation in the NanoBioTech Conference in San Francisco, CA on April 15th & 16th, 2004. Dr. Raphael Mannino, Chief Science Officer of BDSI, will be a guest speaker Friday the 16th. "Nanocochleates are the most advanced oral delivery technology using nanoparticles yet developed for human and animal usage. Uniquely, they are made from all-natural food components consisting of inexpensive soy- phospholipid and calcium. They enable targeted-delivery to specific cell types within the body," said Dr Raphael Mannino.

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