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Arpida Announces Full Year 2007 Financial Results
Date:3/13/2008

REINACH, Switzerland, March 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Arpida Ltd (SWX: ARPN) announced today its financial results for the year ending 31 December 2007.

2007 highlights

Major pipeline progress:

- Second pivotal Phase III trial with intravenous iclaprim in cSSSI achieves its pre-specified primary endpoint, as did the first

- Submission of New Drug Application (NDA) for intravenous iclaprim in cSSSI initiated

- First patients enrolled in a Phase II trial with intravenous iclaprim in HAP/VAP/HCAP, an important potential second indication
- Progress of Phase I programme with oral iclaprim

- Promising results of 'first-in-man' studies with AR-709

- Novel antibiotic AR-2474 achieves preclinical proof of concept

- Raised CHF 51.9 million in a secondary offering in March 2007 - Late-stage antifungal therapy added to pipeline via acquisition of TLT Medical Ltd.
- Extensive presence at scientific conferences

- Cash and financial investments of CHF 68.1 million at 31 December 2007

Post-Year-End Events

- Oral iclaprim moves into Phase II efficacy trial in cSSSI

2008 Outlook - Completion of patient enrolment in Phase II trial with oral iclaprim in cSSSI

- Completion of patient enrolment in Phase II trial with intravenous iclaprim in

HAP/VAP/HCAP

- Completion of patient enrolment in Phase III trial with TLT in onychomycosis

- Regulatory review of NDA for intravenous iclaprim in cSSSI in USA

- Submission of application for marketing authorisation in EU

Dr Khalid Islam, President and CEO, commented: "We're tremendously proud of the progress we've achieved in the year under review. By early 2008, we have one product candidate in an NDA filing process, one product in a Phase III, and two additional Phase II development programs. We are expecting the filing of the NDA for intravenous iclaprim in cSSSI to be completed shortly. Mark
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