Diabetes, Insufficient blood perfusion, diabetic foot ulcers, cardiovascular disease, peripheral artery disease, stroke, clinical development, formulations of FGF-1, medical indications, active drug development programs, vascular disorders in the brain, vascular disorders feet, vascular disorders heart, Regeneration of new blood vessels via angiogenesis, Regeneration of new blood, angiogenesis, blood vessels in the body, growth factors, stimulate new vessel growth, Insufficient blood perfusion, peripheral artery disease, stroke, therapeutic angiogenesis, unnecessary amputations, Perfusion, cardiovascular health, optimal perfusion. Ischemia, blood flow interrupted, coronary arteries, coronary artery disease, myocardial ischemia, Chest pain, angina, myocardial cells, prolonged ischemia, prolonged ischemia of heart tissue, necrosis, poor circulation, and oxygen-starved hearts, therapeutic angiogenesis, Fibroblast growth factor 1 (FGF-1) potent angiogenic agent, Fibroblast growth factor, growth factors, stimulate angiogenesis, production capillaries, production capillaries arterioles, FGF cell surface receptor, Diabetic foot ulcers, Venous leg ulcers, Stroke, Vascular Dementia, multi-infarct dementia, lack of blood perfusion results, blood brain barrier, IV infusions, Alzheimer’s Disease, degeneration in the microvasculature of the brain, neurofibrillary tangles, Coronary Artery Disease, Dan Montano, Zhittya Regenerative Medicine, life-saving drugs, Jack Jacobs, Ph.D., President and Chief Scientific Officer, Davidson College, Washington University, St. Louis,Viktoriya Tamlenova-Montano, Vice President of Strategic Innovation, heavy industry detailing and construction from Kiev College of Electric Engineering, Construction and Industrial Design Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Canada, South East Asia, Latin America, China, India, Korea, Japan, South-East Asia, India, Korea, Japan and Australia, New Zealand, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Nevada, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, wound healing biotherapeutics, wound healing

WUND Healing Biotherapeutics (WUND), which has purchased the U.S. and Canadian rights to market Zhittya’s entire wound healing drug portfolio.

Zhittya’s main corporate function will be overseeing the clinical development of different formulations of FGF-1 for unique medical indications. Through USA FDA-authorized clinical studies, it will seek to advance these drugs up to and through the US FDA approval process. Zhittya will not market any of its approved drug products but will work with its marketing partners in defined territories to sell and distribute the approved drugs worldwide. To date, Zhittya has completed marketing agreements with the following partners in their respective specified territories: 

Diabetes, Insufficient blood perfusion, diabetic foot ulcers, cardiovascular disease, peripheral artery disease, stroke, clinical development, formulations of FGF-1, medical indications, active drug development programs, vascular disorders in the brain, vascular disorders feet, vascular disorders heart, Regeneration of new blood vessels via angiogenesis, Regeneration of new blood, angiogenesis, blood vessels in the body, growth factors, stimulate new vessel growth, Insufficient blood perfusion, peripheral artery disease, stroke, therapeutic angiogenesis, unnecessary amputations, Perfusion, cardiovascular health, optimal perfusion. Ischemia, blood flow interrupted, coronary arteries, coronary artery disease, myocardial ischemia, Chest pain, angina, myocardial cells, prolonged ischemia, prolonged ischemia of heart tissue, necrosis, poor circulation, and oxygen-starved hearts, therapeutic angiogenesis, Fibroblast growth factor 1 (FGF-1) potent angiogenic agent, Fibroblast growth factor, growth factors, stimulate angiogenesis, production capillaries, production capillaries arterioles, FGF cell surface receptor, Diabetic foot ulcers, Venous leg ulcers, Stroke, Vascular Dementia, multi-infarct dementia, lack of blood perfusion results, blood brain barrier, IV infusions, Alzheimer’s Disease, degeneration in the microvasculature of the brain, neurofibrillary tangles, Coronary Artery Disease, Dan Montano, Zhittya Regenerative Medicine, life-saving drugs, Jack Jacobs, Ph.D., President and Chief Scientific Officer, Davidson College, Washington University, St. Louis,Viktoriya Tamlenova-Montano, Vice President of Strategic Innovation, heavy industry detailing and construction from Kiev College of Electric Engineering, Construction and Industrial Design Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Canada, South East Asia, Latin America, China, India, Korea, Japan, South-East Asia, India, Korea, Japan and Australia, New Zealand, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Nevada, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, wound healing biotherapeutics, wound healing

These partners include the following:

South East Asia - Regenerative Medicine of South East Asia (RSEA)

Latin America -  Regenerative Medicine of Latin America (RMLA)

Greater China - Regenerative Medicine of China- (RMCN)

India - Regenerative Medicine of India (RMIN)

Korea - Regenerative Medicine of Korea (RMKO)

Japan - Regenerative Medicine of Japan (RMJP)

ANZ - Regenerative Medicine of ANZ (RANZ)

Diabetes, Insufficient blood perfusion, diabetic foot ulcers, cardiovascular disease, peripheral artery disease, stroke, clinical development, formulations of FGF-1, medical indications, active drug development programs, vascular disorders in the brain, vascular disorders feet, vascular disorders heart, Regeneration of new blood vessels via angiogenesis, Regeneration of new blood, angiogenesis, blood vessels in the body, growth factors, stimulate new vessel growth, Insufficient blood perfusion, peripheral artery disease, stroke, therapeutic angiogenesis, unnecessary amputations, Perfusion, cardiovascular health, optimal perfusion. Ischemia, blood flow interrupted, coronary arteries, coronary artery disease, myocardial ischemia, Chest pain, angina, myocardial cells, prolonged ischemia, prolonged ischemia of heart tissue, necrosis, poor circulation, and oxygen-starved hearts, therapeutic angiogenesis, Fibroblast growth factor 1 (FGF-1) potent angiogenic agent, Fibroblast growth factor, growth factors, stimulate angiogenesis, production capillaries, production capillaries arterioles, FGF cell surface receptor, Diabetic foot ulcers, Venous leg ulcers, Stroke, Vascular Dementia, multi-infarct dementia, lack of blood perfusion results, blood brain barrier, IV infusions, Alzheimer’s Disease, degeneration in the microvasculature of the brain, neurofibrillary tangles, Coronary Artery Disease, Dan Montano, Zhittya Regenerative Medicine, life-saving drugs, Jack Jacobs, Ph.D., President and Chief Scientific Officer, Davidson College, Washington University, St. Louis,Viktoriya Tamlenova-Montano, Vice President of Strategic Innovation, heavy industry detailing and construction from Kiev College of Electric Engineering, Construction and Industrial Design Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Canada, South East Asia, Latin America, China, India, Korea, Japan, South-East Asia, India, Korea, Japan and Australia, New Zealand, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Nevada, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, wound healing biotherapeutics, wound healing

which acquired the rights to market Zhittya’s wound healing pharmaceuticals in Europe.

Diabetes, Insufficient blood perfusion, diabetic foot ulcers, cardiovascular disease, peripheral artery disease, stroke, clinical development, formulations of FGF-1, medical indications, active drug development programs, vascular disorders in the brain, vascular disorders feet, vascular disorders heart, Regeneration of new blood vessels via angiogenesis, Regeneration of new blood, angiogenesis, blood vessels in the body, growth factors, stimulate new vessel growth, Insufficient blood perfusion, peripheral artery disease, stroke, therapeutic angiogenesis, unnecessary amputations, Perfusion, cardiovascular health, optimal perfusion. Ischemia, blood flow interrupted, coronary arteries, coronary artery disease, myocardial ischemia, Chest pain, angina, myocardial cells, prolonged ischemia, prolonged ischemia of heart tissue, necrosis, poor circulation, and oxygen-starved hearts, therapeutic angiogenesis, Fibroblast growth factor 1 (FGF-1) potent angiogenic agent, Fibroblast growth factor, growth factors, stimulate angiogenesis, production capillaries, production capillaries arterioles, FGF cell surface receptor, Diabetic foot ulcers, Venous leg ulcers, Stroke, Vascular Dementia, multi-infarct dementia, lack of blood perfusion results, blood brain barrier, IV infusions, Alzheimer’s Disease, degeneration in the microvasculature of the brain, neurofibrillary tangles, Coronary Artery Disease, Dan Montano, Zhittya Regenerative Medicine, life-saving drugs, Jack Jacobs, Ph.D., President and Chief Scientific Officer, Davidson College, Washington University, St. Louis,Viktoriya Tamlenova-Montano, Vice President of Strategic Innovation, heavy industry detailing and construction from Kiev College of Electric Engineering, Construction and Industrial Design Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kiev State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Canada, South East Asia, Latin America, China, India, Korea, Japan, South-East Asia, India, Korea, Japan and Australia, New Zealand, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Nevada, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, wound healing biotherapeutics, wound healing

Partners:

Derma Healing BioPharmaceuticals Inc. (DERMA),

Partners:

In addition to these 3 publicly announced agreements, Zhittya is currently negotiating seven additional marketing partnerships which will allow its drugs to be sold and distributed by its partners throughout the rest of the world, including the regions of China, South-East Asia, Latin America, India, Korea, Japan and Australia/New Zealand.

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Jeldeyah Healing BioPharmaceuticals Inc. (JBIO), to market Zhittya’s wound healing drugs in the Middle East and North Africa.