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March 30th, 2005

Biophan Files SEC Form 8-K

Abstract:
Biophan Technologies, Inc., a developer of next-generation biomedical technology, today filed an SEC Form 8-K containing the transcript of a recent online interview given by Company CEO Michael Weiner. In the interview, Mr. Weiner states that the newly filed and issued patents are part of Biophan's continued strategy to build a market-dominating "patent thicket."

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