LITTLE FALLS, NJ--(Marketwire - June 17, 2011) - Regenicin, Inc. (OTCBB: RGIN), a biotechnology company specializing in the development of regenerative cell therapies to restore the health of damaged tissues and organs, recently repaid short-term secured loans totaling $242,993.54.
Regenicin, Inc. received these short-term loans from supporters of the company, including members of its board of directors, to finance operations. The repayment fully satisfied the terms of the loans, and released the company's assets that were held as security for the loans.
The three board members who were reimbursed for their loan contributions were Dr. Craig Eagle, John Weber and Dr. Joseph Rubinfeld.
"The short-term loans extended to us were from people who genuinely want us to succeed in bringing new product candidates to market in the field of regenerative medicine," says Randall McCoy, CEO of Regenicin. "We are pleased to have the financial wherewithal to repay these valuable contributors and continue on our path to fulfill our business objectives."
Regenicin, Inc. (OTCBB: RGIN), is a biotechnology company specializing in the development of regenerative cell therapies to restore the health of damaged tissues and organs.
Regenicin, which was founded in 2010, has assembled a world-class management team with a proven track record for developing and bringing innovative medical devices and biotechnology products to market. The company is publicly traded with headquarters in New Jersey.
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