There’s No Doubt About It, Early Detection Saves Lives…

And This Molecular Genetics Diagnostic Company May Just Have The Answer To Save Countless Lives Worldwide.

Here’s how Mainz BioMed could take full advantage of a $3.7 BILLION market opportunity with its blockbuster early detection test for Colorectal Cancer. (1)

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The Company’s Flagship Product (ColoAlert) Could Become An Inexpensive Alternative In A $3.7 Billion Market

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The Company Recently Acquired Exclusive Rights To Novel mRNA Biomarkers (8)

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If And When The Company Receives FDA Premarket Approval For Its ColoAlert Flagship Product, It Could Become A Game-Changing Milestone

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Another Key Pipeline Product Could Detect What May Become The World’s Second Most Deadly Cancer
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Cancer is never a fun story to talk about.

The chances of it impacting either yourself, your family, or your friends appears to be growing on a yearly basis.

Though types like breast, lung, and prostate cancer are typically the most talked about, they’re not the only forms out there.

What do you know about colorectal cancer? Did you know it is the 2nd most lethal form of cancer in the United States? (2)

Good news is, it is highly preventable with early detection providing 5- year survival rates above 90%. (2)

How Does Colorectal Cancer Develop?

Colorectal cancer often develops from polyps.


These are initially benign cell clusters that occur in many people. However, the cells of the polyps can undergo genetic changes, causing the cells to mutate and become precursors of colorectal cancer called adenomas. (3)


The classification of colorectal cancer stages is often based on the so-called Dukes Stages:

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Which Screening Options Are Available?

There are two options to screen for colorectal cancer, a colonoscopy and an occult blood test. Colonoscopies are invasive, expensive,  and may occasionally cause injury or miss seeing smaller polyps.(Source 10)
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Now, here’s where things get interesting…

ColoAlert, Mainz Biomed's flagship product, combines the advantages of both methods.

Through the analysis of tumor DNA, ColoAlert detects significantly more cases of colorectal cancer than other stool tests and allows for an earlier diagnosis in those affected – all in a simple at-home stool test!
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Simple, Fast, Accurate and Non-Invasive

Patients receive a simple kit that includes instructions, a stool collector and shipping instructions to return the kit through regular mail to their local lab for testing and results. IT’S THAT EASY.

ColoAlert Market Opportunity

Recent FDA decisions suggest that screening should be conducted once every three years starting at age 45.

Currently, there are 112 Million Americans aged 50+, a total that is expected to increase to 157 million within 10 years. (4)

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Mainz Biomed: Strategic Rollout (1)

The company aims to become the leading global brand for CRC detection through extensive US and European market partnerships.

THE COMPETITION’S APPROACH…
The largest U.S. provider independently markets and distributes its product directly. All nationwide samples must come from, and be returned to, a single corporate laboratory – a time-consuming process.

MAINZ BIOMED’s APPROACH…
Mainz BioMed intends to develop and leverage scalable dissemination through a collaborative partner program.
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Why Mainz Biomed May Have Outrageous Potential

At this moment, Exact Sciences, the makers of ColoGuard, offers the only other competitive product using similar technology.

Other sector companies promote testing for CRC but are using standard tests like FIT or occult blood testing.

Currently, Exact Sciences (Nasdaq: EXAS) has a market cap of ~$14.4 billion (as of 2/10/22). (7)
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With such little competition in the market, can you see why Mainz Biomed (Nasdaq: MYNZ) could be extremely undervalued at this moment?

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Game-Changing 2022 Announcement: Mainz Biomed Acquires Exclusive Rights to Novel mRNA Biomarkers (8)

Potential for ColoAlert to Emerge as the Most Robust and Accurate At-home Screening Test for Colorectal Cancer

Biomarkers Demonstrated Unique Ability to Identify Curable Precancerous Colonic Polyps as well as Curable Early-Stage Colorectal Cancer

BERKELEY, Calif. and MAINZ, Germany, Jan. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mainz Biomed N.V. (NASDAQ:MYNZ) (“Mainz Biomed” or the “Company”), a molecular genetics diagnostic company specializing in the early detection of cancer, announced today it has entered into a Technology Rights Agreement with Socpra Sciences SantĂ© Et Humaines S.E.C. (“TTS”) to access a portfolio of novel mRNA biomarkers for potential future integration into ColoAlert, the Company’s highly efficacious, and easy-to-use detection test for colorectal cancer (“CRC”). Mainz is currently marketing ColoAlert in Europe through its unique business model of partnering with third-party laboratories for test kit processing versus the traditional methodology of operating a single facility. The Company is also preparing to initiate ColoAlert’s regulatory pathway for approval in the United States.

Under the terms of the Technology Rights Agreement, the Company has the unilateral option to license the exclusive global rights to five gene expression biomarkers which have demonstrated a high degree of effectiveness in detecting CRC lesions including advanced adenomas (“AA”), a type of pre-cancerous polyp often attributed to this deadly disease. In a study evaluating these biomarkers published in the online peer review journal platform MDPI (March 11, 2021), study results achieved overall sensitivities of 75% for AA and 95% for CRC, respectively, for a 96% specificity outcome. If these statistical results are duplicated when the biomarkers are integrated into ColoAlert, we believe that it will ultimately position the Company’s CRC test to be the most robust and accurate at-home diagnostic screening test on the market. It will not only detect cancerous polyps with a high degree of accuracy but has the potential to prevent CRC through early detection of precancerous adenomas.

“Securing the exclusive rights to license this family of novel biomarkers is a fantastic milestone for the Company as it provides an extraordinary opportunity to potentially upgrade ColoAlert’s technical profile, possibly making it the most effective at-home screening test for CRC that has ever been commercialized,” commented Guido Baechler, Chief Executive Officer of Mainz Biomed. “The Mainz team is on a mission to develop gold standard molecular diagnostic screening solutions for cancer indications and obtaining the rights to these biomarkers is a testament to our on-going commitment to develop cutting-edge products as they have shown superior sensitivity to even liquid biopsy products in development in terms of identifying advanced adenomas.”

The Company will now commence a clinical study in Europe to evaluate the effectiveness of these biomarkers to enhance ColoAlert’s utility in terms of extending its capability to include the identification of advanced adenomas, while increasing rates of diagnostic sensitivity and specificity. Given ColoAlert in its present form has already been CE-IVD marked (complying with EU safety, health and environmental requirements), the timeline and process to initiate this “add-on” study is expedited, and the Company is targeting the first half of 2022 to launch the clinical study. Furthermore, data generated by the study may potentially be incorporated into the Company’s design of ColoAlert’s U.S. clinical trial for consideration by the FDA.

And Here’s Why That Last Sentence Is So Important…

If the FDA grants premarket approval for ColoAlert, it could become a significantly cheaper alternative to ColoGuard, the product from Exact Science (~$14 Billion market cap).

Another Market Opportunity For Mainz Biomed ? You Better Believe It (1)

As GenX individuals age into their 40’s and 50’s they become part of the age group recommended to begin testing for CRC and more.

Mainz BioMed is currently developing proprietary genetic testing methods for pancreatic cancer.
This would be THE WORLD’S FIRST EARLY DETECTION PANCREATIC CANCER SCREENING TEST based on real-time PCR-based detection of biomarkers in stool samples.

Long story short, the future potential for Mainz Biomed (Nasdaq:MYNZ) cannot be underestimated.

Mainz Biomed Recap - 4 Key Reasons To Get This Potentially Undervalued Idea On Your Radar

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The Company’s Flagship Product (ColoAlert) Could Become An Inexpensive Alternative In A $3.7 Billion Market

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The Company Recently Acquired Exclusive Rights To Novel mRNA Biomarkers (8)

03

If And When The Company Receives FDA Premarket Approval For Its ColoAlert Flagship Product, It Could Become A Game-Changing Milestone

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Another Key Pipeline Product Could Detect What May Become The World’s Second Most Deadly Cancer

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Source 1: https://mainzbiomed.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Mainz-BioMed-Corporate-Update-January-2022-v1.13.21-1.pdf

Source 2: https://www.cancer.org/cancer/colon-rectal-cancer/about/key-statistics.html

Source 3: https://www.coloalert.com/pages/about-crc

Source 4: https://www.prb.org/resources/u-s-population-is-growing-older/

Source 5: https://idataresearch.com/an-astounding-19-million-colonoscopies-are-performed-annually-in-the-united-states/

Source 6: https://idataresearch.com/an-astounding-19-million-colonoscopies-are-performed-annually-in-the-united-states/

Source 7: https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/EXAS?p=EXAS&.tsrc=fin-srch

Source 8: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/mainz-biomed-acquires-exclusive-rights-080100033.html

Source 9: https://www.pancan.org/press-releases/pancreatic-cancer-still-on-path-to-become-second-leading-cause-of-cancer-related-death-in-u-s-by-2020/

Source 10:

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/colon-cancer/in-depth/colon-cancer-screening/art-20046825