HONOLULU–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 22, 2014–
Cardax, Inc. (“Cardax” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: CDXI) was featured recently in an in-depth article in the March 2014 issue of Hawaii Business, Hawaii’s leading business magazine, titled: “Hawaii-Born Pill: The Next Wonder Drug?” It was written by senior reporter Dennis Hollier.
The article can be found at: http://www.hawaiibusiness.com/Hawaii-Business/March-2014/Can-a-Hawaii-Company-Produce-the-Next-Wonder-Drug
About Hawaii Business
Founded in 1955, Hawaii Business is currently the oldest regional business magazine in America. The magazine’s editorial content focuses on big issues concerning the state’s major industries: tourism, construction, agriculture and real estate. The SmallBiz section, which runs every month, covers Hawaii’s small businesses. Throughout the year, Hawaii Business produces business events and seminars aimed at the business community, with specific events tied to the signature issues. Events range from awards, to honoring specific individuals, to informative and educational forums and symposiums.
Cardax is a development stage life sciences company that devotes substantially all of its efforts to developing nutraceutical and pharmaceutical products that provide the anti-inflammatory benefits of steroids or NSAIDS, but with exceptional safety profiles, as conferred by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) Generally Recognized as Safe (“GRAS”) designation at certain doses. Cardax is preparing proprietary nature-identical products and related derivatives by total synthesis to provide scalable, pure, and economical therapies for diseases where inflammation and oxidative stress are strongly implicated, including, but not limited to, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, dyslipidemia, metabolic disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hepatitis, cognitive decline, macular degeneration, and prostate disease. The initial primary focus of Cardax is its astaxanthin technologies. Astaxanthin is a powerful and safe naturally occurring anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant without the adverse side effects typical of anti-inflammatory treatments using steroids or NSAIDS, including immune system suppression, liver damage, cardiovascular disease risk, and gastrointestinal bleeding.
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Janice Kam, 808-457-1400
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