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31 | July | 2014

Israel’s Ministry of Health Approves Pluristem’s Commercial-Scale 3D Cell Manufacturing Process Used at Its New Haifa Facility;

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22 | July | 2014

Pluristem to Host Investor Breakfast and Webcast on July 23 in New York City

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08 | July | 2014

Pluristem Initiates South Korean Arm of Multinational Phase II Intermittent Claudication Trial

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30 | June | 2014

Pluristem’s Ohad Karnieli to Deliver a Plenary Presentation on Cell Therapy Manufacturing at ISUS 2014 Conference

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Zami Aberman

Chairman and CEO

 

Zami Aberman

   From the CEO

I would like to respectfully recognize this month of May as preeclampsia month. In 2012, Representatives Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-34), Lois Capps (CA- 23), and Gwen Moore (WI-4) were successful in their request that the US Dept. of Health & Human Services designate May as National Preeclampsia Awareness Month. Recently, Governor Chris Christie issued a proclamation declaring May 2014 Preeclampsia Awareness Month in the State of New Jersey. I cheer the efforts of these legislators to raise awareness for a potentially lethal disorder for which there is no treatment. It leaves the mother with a significantly higher risk of high blood pressure and stroke in later years, while potentially harming a baby’s health and development in the case of premature delivery. 

I believe Dr. Baha M. Sibai of the University of Texas, a recognized leader in preeclampsia and Chair of Pluristem’s Preeclampsia Steering Committee, put it best when he stated, “For almost a thousand years, physicians have had no therapy to offer women with preeclampsia. A safe and effective therapy is needed to treat these women and prolong gestation.”

This tremendous unmet medical need makes this indication one of our top priorities at Pluristem and we will be proud to advance our novel PLX-PAD cell therapy product into the clinic. We are hopeful that the very strong preclinical data we have accumulated using PLX-PAD in preeclampsia will translate into similar results at the clinical level.

   Zami Aberman

   Chairman and CEO 

 

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Investors hp
 

     Yaky Yanay
     President and COO

 

Yaky Yanay

Pluristem's wholly owned subsidiary, Pluristem Ltd., has received approval for a 14.6 million New Israeli Shekel (approximately $ 4.2 million) grant from the Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) within the Israeli Ministry of Economy. Once received, the grant will be used to cover R&D expenses for the period January 2014 to December 2014.

 

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Ohad Karnieli, Ph.D., MBA
VP Development & Manufacturing

 

Ohad Karnieli

Israel’s Ministry of Health Approves Pluristem’s Commercial-Scale 3D Cell Manufacturing Process Used at Its New Haifa Facility;

This follows clearances from U.S., E.U., German, and South Korean regulators

Pluristem has completed the approval process and received final clearance from a fifth regulatory agency for its 3D cell therapy manufacturing processes in use at its new facility in Haifa. The latest approval comes from Israel’s Ministry of Health and follows similar clearances from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the European Union’s Qualified Person, Germany’s Paul Ehrlich Institute, and the South Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety.

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Clinical Program hp
 

Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, M.D., Ph.D.
VP Clinical & Medical Affairs

 

Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai

Pluristem Initiates South Korean Arm of Multinational Phase II Intermittent Claudication Trial

Trial now active in 13 clinical centers in 4 countries

Pluristem announced the initiation of South Korean sites in the Phase II study assessing PLacental eXpanded (PLX) cells in the treatment of intermittent claudication (IC).

Patient screening is now underway at three clinical centers, making South Korea the fourth country to participate in this randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase II trial.

The trial has been ongoing at clinical sites in the U.S., Israel and Germany with an enrollment target of 150 patients.
 

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