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Saving lives with new biotechnology. Alert

From: Allyson Ashlee
Subject: Saving lives with new biotechnology. Alert
Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 22:14:31 -0600


Pacific Sunset Investments Inc.
SHORT-TERM:  $1.00

How many times have you heard about this????
adverse drug reactions accounted for more than 2.2 million serious cases and
over 100,000 deaths,


A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association
reported that adverse drug reactions accounted for more than 2.2 million
serious cases and over 100,000 deaths, making adverse drug reactions (ADRs)
one of the leading causes of hospitalization and death in the United States.

Breaking News for Pacific Sunset Investments

Pacific Sunset Investments Completes Gen ID Acquisition
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 20, 2005--Pacific Sunset
Investments, Inc. ("Pacific Sunset") (OTC:PSiV announced that it has
completed its acquisition of Gen-ID Lab Services, LLC, a California limited
liability corporation specializing in Single Nucleotide Polymorphism
analysis data. In addition, the board of directors of Pacific Sunset has
appointed Douglas Freedman to its board of directors with experience in
marketing. Additionally, the company has appointed Dr. Steve N. Slilaty,
Ph.D., to head an Advisory Board to assist the company with reviewing new
alternatives in the "SNP" field of technology.

Gen ID will provide "SNP" (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism) analysis data.
The results of SNP analysis provide physicians with a more enlightened
choice of drugs and they will also be able to predict the effectiveness of
the drugs for individual patients. The use of an SNP test to help treat
childhood leukemia is currently being used by doctors and hospitals in the
United States.

Dr. Steve Slilaty is President and Chief Scientific Officer of Advanomics
Corporation, a leading-edge biotechnology company focusing on the
identification of disease related molecular targets using advanced
transriptomics technologies, which he recently developed. Dr. Slilaty also
is an Adjunct Professor at the Universite du Quebec in the department of
Microbiology and Biotechnology. Dr. Slilaty has founded three biotechnology
companies, Advanomics Corporation, Quantum Biotechnologies Inc. (now known
as Qbiogene Inc.) and Geneomics One Corporation. In addition, Dr. Slilaty is
one of the pioneers of Gene Therapy, having developed the first Gene
Transfer system in 1983.

(This is a partial clip of the news.  We suggest you go read the whole
release.  Our opinion is, this is important technology.  Go to yahoo or any
financial site and read the news)

adverse drug reactions accounted for more than 2.2 million serious cases and
over 100,000 deaths,  Doesn't this say it all?

 A company to watch!

PUT Pacific Sunset Investments Inc. PSiV

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