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BioMS Medical Announces 2008 Year End Results
Date:3/17/2009

Assets Current assets Cash and cash equivalents 87,826 35,428 Short-term investments 2,614 2,528 Goods and services tax recoverable 299 484 Prepaid clinical trial costs 2,227 3,206 Other current assets 321 76 --------------------- 93,287 41,722 Prepaid clinical trial costs 790 1,976 Licensing costs 5,910 7,382 Property and equipment 517 330 --------------------- 100,504 51,410 --------------------- --------------------- Liabilities Current liabilities Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 12,015 8,918 Deferred revenue 45,605 - --------------------- 57,620 8,918 --------------------- Shareholders' Equity Share capital 175,714 176,423 Contributed surplus 8,839 6,680 Accumulated deficit (141,669) (140,611) --------------------- 42,884
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