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Pharmacyte Biotech Inc (OTCMKTS:PMCB), a renowned clinical stage biotechnology company focusing on the development of diabetes and cancer treatments, announced that its senior management team was interviewed. Pharmacyte Biotech develops various treatments by using Cell-in-a-Box, its live-cell encapsulation technology.

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Company’s senior management team of Pharmacyte, including COO Dr. Gerald W. Crabtree, Ph.D. and CEO Kenneth L. Waggoner, JD has been featured in the September issue of prestigious PharmaVOICE Magazine. Their inputs have been included in an article titled “Oncology KOLS: An Important Piece of the Puzzle,” whose digital version can be found at the official website of the magazine.

While talking to reporters, Kenneth L. Waggoner, Chief Executive Officer, PharmaCyte Biotech, mentioned that the company’s committed to developing the clinical trial of advanced pancreatic cancer. Inputs of company’s three most experienced and skilled oncology physicians are being considered closely. The present growth of these trials is good, and if things continue to fall in line, it will come up with world-class trials shortly.

Adding to his comment, company’s COO Dr. Gerald W. Crabtree, Ph.D. said that Pharmacyte Biotech prefers to have experienced leaders having extensive knowledge of their field in both diabetes and oncology trials. The prime objective of the company is to offer quality products and services, and it cannot afford to compromise with that.

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