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Diverse Pharma


Committed to Making a Difference
In each of our three divisions of Diverse Biotech,  including Diverse Pharma, Diverse DNA and Diverse Hydro, we are combining our experience, scientific research and business acumen to do more of what we’re passionate about: improving health and improving lives.


Steady incremental advances in research and development are vital to positively impact the way cancer is treated. In 1975, fewer than half of people diagnosed with cancer survived five years. Today, two out of three people diagnosed with cancer survive at least five years, thanks to advances in oncology drugs and treatment protocols.

Diverse Biotech’s team is actively pursuing breakthroughs in cancer-drug development through laboratory research and through our multiple FDA oncology clinical trials that are soon to be enrolling participants.

Our formulas are novel discoveries developed to help cancer patients by changing the standard of care in oncology. Through additional research and development, we strive to improve health and improve the lives of patients facing the most significant health challenges, like cancer and neurological disease.

Clinical Trials

Operating through the FDA New Drug Application process, we continue to focus our research on conditions that represent some of todays most significant health challenges like cancer and neurological disease. At Diverse Pharma, this division’s team combines their experience, scientific research and business acumen to do more of what they are passionate about: improving health the well-being of millions of people.

Our Clinical Trials:

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Advancing the Formulas

With multiple active FDA clinical trials in oncology, the Diverse Pharma division of Diverse Biotech propels our novel cannabinoid discoveries, for improving the health and well being of cancer patients around the world, through the FDA approval process.

Patents for Treatments of Cancer

Diverse Biotech currently holds dozens of patents/patents pending for treatments of cancer and has multiple active FDA Clinical Trials in oncology. Our research in glioblastoma multiforme, basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, multiple myeloma, gastrointestinal cancers, and breast cancer is aligned with the FDA’s primary clinical stage focus.

Why Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids have been shown to cause antitumor effects by various mechanisms, including:

  • Induction of cell death
  • Inhibition of tumor angiogenesis, tumor invasion, and tumor metastasis
  • Inhibition of cell growth