GNBT – Generex Enters $50 Billion Cannabis Pharmaceuticals Sector With Canopy Growth Backed Partner


New York, NY – October 31, 2018 – Generex Biotechnology Corp (OTCQB: GNBT) today announced a deal with HydRx Farms Ltd. which is more commonly known by its operating name, Scientus Pharma.  Scientus is backed by none other than Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC). Check out the bottom of page 5 of Canopy Growth’s Management Discussion & Analysis found on Canopy’s website to see their 9.9% HydRx ownership. Generex, by itself is no slouch.  Generex, separate from Scientus and Canopy, has just filed an investigational new drug application (IND) with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to initiate Phase II Clinical Trials of a vaccine for patients with breast cancer.  The Generex breast cancer vaccine was develop in conjunction with research conducted with Merck (NYSE: MRK). Together Scientus and Generex plan to deliver Scientus’s proprietary THC and CBD extractions via Generex’s RapdMist buccal mucosa delivery technology.  In other words, a medicinal THC and CBD delivered a spray in your mouth.

Generex is currently a quiet giant of a pharmaceutical company that most people probably are not yet aware even exists.  Do a little research and you will find Generex is loaded with proprietary, intellectual property protected pharmaceutical technology.  Given its recent FDA trials announcement and today’s partnership with Scientus, Generex is likely ready to no longer be quiet about its giant-hood.

Do a little more research and you will find the Generex has a pending 20:1 dividend coming soon. With just over one million shares currently issued and out, the dividend will take the issued and out just over 21 million with the holders of the roughly one million shares each getting 20 more shares for every share they own on the ex-dividend date.  And no, the ex-dividend date has not yet been set, but looks to be coming soon.

At a $10 million market capitalization, given the market capitalization of GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH) at $4 billion, not to mention the $100 million market capitalization of delinquent filer Cannabis Science (OTC: CBIS), GNBT seems extraordinarily undervalued.  With GNBT’s IP portfolio, the current less than $10 PPS deserves to at least hold post the 20:1 dividend giving an investment now a potential 2000% ROI.  Even if the PPS were to remain at its currentl level, that will still just be a $200 million market capitalization.  The GNBT market cap likely has potential beyond $200 million giving a $10 per share investment now even a more dramatic upside opportunity.

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