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Posts Tagged 'Genentech'

Potential Future Sales of Nuvilex, Inc. Cancer Treatments Make Investment in Cell-in-a-Box Worth It

Potential Future Sales of Nuvilex, Inc. Cancer Treatments Make Investment in Cell-in-a-Box Worth It

Written by ι Stock Market Media Staff — March 26, 2013

Nuvilex, Inc. (OTCQB: NVLX) is a small biotechnology company out of Silver Spring, Maryland, but its future might be anything but small.  As the company diligently prepares for its Phase III pancreatic cancer trials, the almost $30-million the company has invested in its unique and proprietary living cell encapsulation or “Cell-in-a-Box” technology could be money well spent given the return in annual sales that cancer drugs bring ...

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Timing is Right for Big Pharma to Add Nuvilex, Inc. Technology to its Pipeline

Timing is Right for Big Pharma to Add Nuvilex, Inc. Technology to its Pipeline

Written by ι Stock Market Media Staff — March 21, 2013

Nuvilex, Inc. (OTCQB: NVLX) has close to $30-million invested in its “Cell-in-a-Box” technology, and as the company gets closer to the start of its Phase III pancreatic cancer trial, the trial may be coming at just the right time!

Over the past month, we have laid out a series of articles that outline how the living cell encapsulation or “Cell-in-a-Box” technology at Nuvilex can dramatically change the ...

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Nuvilex, Inc. Cell-in-a-Box Technology Could Revitalize the Stem Cell Phenomenon

Nuvilex, Inc. Cell-in-a-Box Technology Could Revitalize the Stem Cell Phenomenon

Written by ι Stock Market Media Staff — March 12, 2013

Remember not so long ago when every science related conversation seemed to weave its way into a conversation about stem cells?  Back around 2007, there was a real phenomenon going on among biotechnology companies that had anything at all to do with stem cells, and now six years later with more research in the books, that enthusiasm has waned a bit.

Still, stem cell treatments are being developed for many ailments including ...

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