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Oct 15, 2009

Sangretech Gives Bostwick Scientific Rights to Its Dendritic-Cell Technology

  • Sangretech Biomedical will provide Bostwick Scientific with exclusive rights to its dendritic-cell technology in certain territories. Sangretech’s technology will be used in the development and commercialization of VDC2008, Bostwick Scientific’s clinical-stage product candidate employing unloaded or virgin dendritic cells in combination with cryotherapy and other primary therapies to potentially treat prostate and other solid cancers.  


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