CURE Pharmaceutical Receives Patent Approval for Its CUREfilm Blue™ Technology

CURE Pharmaceutical Holding Corp. | November 17, 2021

CURE Pharmaceutical Holding Corp. (OTC: CURR), a technology focused, vertically integrated drug delivery and product development company focused on pharmaceutical and health & wellness products, announced today that it received an issue notification from the U.S. Patent Office (USPTO) stating that U.S. Patent No. 11,179,331 (the ’331 patent) is set to issue on November 23, 2021. The ’331 patent, entitled “Oral Soluble Film Containing Sildenafil Citrate,” covers the product CUREfilm Blue™, an oral soluble film of sildenafil citrate (the active ingredient present in Viagra®1) for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). CURE is seeking approval of this product via the 505(b)(2) regulatory pathway.

CUREfilm Blue™ utilizes the Company’s patented and proprietary fast-dissolving drug delivery platform, known as CUREfilm™, to deliver the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) sildenafil citrate. By innovating beyond the traditional pharmaceutical delivery of pills and solutions, CURE is advancing this uniquely discrete, convenient and portable oral film product for achieving a better patient experience. The ’331 patent highlights several key aspects of the CUREfilm Blue™, such as a balance of performance characteristics (e.g., fast-dissolving and early onset of action) and physical parameters (e.g., large mass and small thickness), while it can be administered with or without water or beverage.

The global erectile dysfunction drug market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6% and reach approximately USD$6.6 billion by 2025 with sildenafil representing a majority of the market, according to a report by QYR Research.

About CURE Pharmaceutical Holding Corp.
CURE Pharmaceutical® is the pioneering developer of CUREform™, a patented drug delivery platform that offers a number of unique immediate- and controlled-release drug delivery vehicles designed to improve drug efficacy, safety, and patient experience for a wide range of active ingredients. As a vertically integrated company, CURE’s 25,000 square foot, FDA-registered, NSF® and cGMP-certified manufacturing facility enables it to partner with pharmaceutical and wellness companies worldwide for private and white-labeled production. CURE has partnerships in the U.S., China, Mexico, Canada, Israel, and other markets in Europe.

Forward Looking Statement
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The EPA’s recent focus on pharmaceutical waste management has been influenced by increasing evidence of pharmaceuticals in drinking water. An Associated Press series on pharmaceutical waste in May 2009, reported that EPA has found traces of pharmaceuticals in the drinking water of over 41 million Americans. There is cause for concern regarding the unknown human and ecological impacts of trace amounts of pharmaceuticals in the water we drink and the water that is crucial habitat for our flora and fauna.

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