VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 24, 2021 / The Power Play by The Market Herald releases new interviews with Algernon Pharmaceuticals, Better Plant Sciences and Mednow Inc. discussing their latest news.

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Algernon Pharmaceuticals (CSE:AGN) receives positive feedback from the U.S. FDA for Phase 1 Ifenprodil small cell lung cancer study

Algernon Pharmaceuticals (AGN) has received positive feedback from the U.S. FDA for its investigation of NP-120 (Ifenprodil) to treat small cell lung cancer. Ifenprodil is an N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonist specifically targeting the NMDA-type subunit 2B (GluN2B). CEO Chris Moreau sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the news.

For the full interview with Chris Moreau and to learn more about Algernon Pharmaceuticals' announcement, click here.

Better Plant (CSE:PLNT) adds Nationwide Natural Foods as a distributor for Jusu Bar juices in Canada

Better Plant Sciences (PLNT) has added Nationwide Natural Foods Inc. as a distributor for Jusu Bar juices in Canada. Nationwide has accounts across Canada with major and independent grocery stores including Sobeys, The Jim Pattison Group of Stores, Country Grocer, Whole Foods Market, Nutters, and Sunterra Markets. Amber Allen, Director of Sales for Better Plant sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the partnership with Nationwide.

For the full interview with Amber Allen and to learn more about Better Plant Sciences' announcement, click here.

Mednow (TSXV:MNOW) announces acquisition of Infusicare Canada and a $500,000 investment in Doko

Mednow (MNOW) has announced a $500,000 investment in Doko, a virtual healthcare provider. Doko operates in more than 38 states with more than 100 physicians and healthcare professionals on its platform. Doko will use the proceeds of Mednow's investment to expand its operations through hiring, digital marketing, and further developing its technology. Karim Nassar, CEO of Mednow sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the investment in Doko.

For the full interview with Karim Nassar and to learn more about Mednow's announcement, click here.

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