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BNOAT Oncology, Inc.



September 2015
Dr. Annette Sysel,
Vice President and Chief Veterinary Officer
of BNOAT Oncology,
was awarded
the 2015 American Hero Veterinarian Award
at the American Humane Association Annual Hero Awards!
Watch as Dr. Sysel receives her award:
Congratulations to Dr. Sysel
for her continued efforts in the fight against cancer. 
The event will air on the Hallmark channel on October 30th

May 2015

Dr. Annette Sysel (Vice President and Chief Veterinary Officer) 
has been selected as 1 of 5 finalists
for the 2015 American Humane Association Hero Veterinarian award.
The 5 finalists were selected from over 800 nominees across the USA by a panel of judges.

 The Hero Veterinarian winner will be announced on
 September 19th, 2015, at the
American Humane Association Gala held at the Beverly Hills Hilton.

April 2015

Dr. Sysel was selected and presented ground-breaking
cancer research at the
2015 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Meeting  
Sunday, April 19th at 1:00 pm

Refer to AACR site for more details:

October 2014

BNOAT Oncology  presented to
 the 2014 Bio Investor Forum
on October 7th
the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.


September 2014

Dr. Bauer and Dr. Dunphy attend the Official Dedication
 of the Timken Foundation of Canton Innovation Corridor home to the REDIzone
(Research, Entrepreneurship, Discovery, and Innovation Zone) in partnership with BNOAT Oncology, Inc.

From left to right: Dr. Dunphy, Mr. Jack Timken, Dr. Bauer

Dr. Bauer and Dr. Horne (REDIzone)

June 2014:

Dr. Annette M. Sysel
 Vice President of BNOAT Oncology, Inc. 
presented to the
Business Forum
at the
 2014 BIO International Conference
  Wednesday, June 25th
 at the
San Diego Convention Center.


Our thanks to the staff at for an over-the-top,  exciting and successful networking event. 


BNOAT Oncology, Inc. is an oncology research and development company founded by renowned cancer researcher, Dr. Joseph A. Bauer, a Professional Staff  Alumnus of the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center (ranked top 10 in the United States by US News & World Report).

The company has the exclusive license to develop nitrosylcobalamin (NO-Cbl), a vitamin B12-based, "Trojan Horse"- anti-tumor agent.

BNOAT Oncology, Inc. will advance the clinical development of NO-Cbl a tumor-targeting, non-toxic anti-cancer agent with the goal of significantly improving the standard of care in both cancer treatment and prevention worldwide in both humans and animals.

Extensive research as shown that NO-Cbl functions as a “Trojan Horse” by deceiving cancer cells into taking up a toxic payload and ultimately causing cell death. The Developmental Therapeutics Program (DTP) of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) independently validated the anti-tumor properties of NO-Cbl in 60 different human cancer cell lines.

The results of Dr. Bauer’s dog studies received international media attention and were featured in US News and World Report, Forbes, Web MD, MSNBC Health and Medicine, the American Chemical Society and in several local news programs and newspapers. NO-Cbl significantly reduced the size of the tumors (65% on average) in all of the dogs and in some dogs completely eliminated the tumor altogether. NO-Cbl increased the life span of each animal and improved its quality of life without the adverse side effects commonly associated with current chemo or radiation therapy regimes.

BNOAT Oncology, Inc. contract research labs produce kilogram quantities of cGMP NO-Cbl utilizing a specially trained, GMP manufacturing team that operates under the USFDA Guidelines for Bulk Pharmaceutical Chemicals (BPC),, and is backed by a comprehensive documentation system.

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