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MSB, MESOBLAST LIMITED
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Nice Open.........

Basically no sellers on depth

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Hi all,

Link to article in the age re-yesterdays announcement/action.


http://www.theage.com.au/news/business/mes...6982227778.html


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Nice buy orders coming in, basically no sellers!!!!!


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MSB ann out

Stem cell trial approval at Royal Melbourne Hospital.


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Here is the main text of the announcement

Melbourne, Australia, 20 September 2005: Australian adult stem cell
company, Mesoblast Limited (ASX: MSB), today announced it had signed a
process development and manufacturing agreement with a leading United States
life sciences company, Cambrex Corporation Inc (NYSE:CBM), for large scale
production of Mesoblast's proprietary adult stem cells. The proprietary adult stem cell technology being commercialised by Mesoblast
and its American sister company Angioblast Systems Inc. is currently being
evaluated for the treatment of a broad range of orthopaedic and cardiovascular
conditions, including repair of fractures, regeneration of joint and vertebral disc
cartilage, regeneration of blood vessels, and the repair and restoration of heart
function. Under the agreement, Cambrex will produce clinical grade cells to meet Good
Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Importantly, commercial quantities of adult stem
cells will be used in US-based human clinical trials and will form a vital part of
Mesoblast's submissions to the United States (US) Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) for Investigational New Drug (IND) approvals. The cells, produced under
the same manufacturing process at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute's Cell
Therapies Pty Ltd in Australia, will be used in a series of human pilot trials
scheduled to commence later this year.

"Cambrex is one of the world's leading facilities for cell therapy manufacturing
and processing, with a formidable and established track record with the FDA",
Mesoblast's Founder and Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Silviu Itescu, said
today.

"We are very fortunate to have Cambrex as a commercial partner. Their expertise
and capacity will strongly support Mesoblast's timely achievement of FDA IND and
marketing approvals, and will accelerate development of a lower-cost and higher-
margin cell therapy product", he said.


 
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In reply to: alfa on Wednesday 21/09/05 10:02am

Greetings Alfa,

Nice to see another MSBer......

Yes good ann, looking forward to upcoming pilot trials in Australia etc.

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Significant announcement yesterday with MSB joining with Cambrex to commence large scale manufacture of adult stem cells for US trials.

 
battler
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Hi,

Found this.


http://www.geelonginfo.com.au/readarticle....articleid=17197


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Hi all,

The 2005 annual report is out and available for viewing, Michael Spooner seems to be getting on with the job as Exec Chairman. Anybody who remembers him from his time at VCR knows how professional he is.

Looking at the top 20 shareholders they hold over 81%. It appears that Dr A Spooner holds over 600k shares.

The Chief Scientific Advisors report is a good read in my opinion. Prof Silviu Itescu mentions prevention of heart attacks, heart failure (CHF) and MSB believes that Adult Mesenchymal Precursor Cells (MPCs) Stem Cells may enable the damaged heart muscle to be rebuilt.

Lots of good info on PAD, Knee Cartiladge regen, Long bone fractures, Vertical Disc/spinal fusion and disc repair.

Trials to commence soon.


Good Luck

Do Your Own Research


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Thanks drrc,

MSB have made the article available on their website.

http://www.mesoblast.com/news_mediareleases14.pdf

Good Luck all

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