Kyowa Hakko Sponsors Exhibitor Presented Seminar at Expo West Featuring the Latest Research about Cognizin(TM)

FREE Cognizin™ boxer shorts will be available for the first 100 people who attend.

(New York, NY) February 20, 2004 – Kyowa Hakko, one of the world leaders in the development, manufacturing and marketing of pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and food products, will sponsor a seminar featuring the latest health benefits of Cognizin™ brand citicoline at SupplyExpo/Expo West at the Anaheim Convention Center on Saturday, March 6 from Noon to 1 p.m in room 208A.

The seminar keynote speaker is Dr. Alexander G. Schauss, PhD, director, Natural and Medicinal Products Research, Life Sciences Division, American Institute for Biosocial and Medical Research Inc., and leading scientific expert on the health benefits of citicoline. Dr. Schauss will discuss the capabilities citicoline has shown in maintaining cognitive brain function and its ability to support cardiovascular health.

Citicoline is a novel and powerful anti-aging ingredient that has been used internationally for the beneficial action toward neurodegenerative disorders associated with stroke, cerebrovascular pathology, brain aging and head trauma. Kyowa Hakko has developed new commercial production techniques of citicoline using fermentation technology. Scientific studies have indicated effectiveness in treating Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease and improved stroke recuperation, as well as glaucoma.

Kyowa Hakko, which launched its branded ingredient marketing campaign, and the boxer shorts man ad in the February issue of Natural Products Insider, will provide free Cognizin™ boxer shorts to the first 100 people who attend the seminar, plus Cognizin™ ingredient literature and product samples. For more information and reservations call (800) 570-1262 or visit

To learn about the company’s complete line ingredients, visit Kyowa Hakko at booth #639.

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