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Champions Biotechnology Reports Fiscal 2009 Full-Year Financial Results
Date:8/27/2009

  • The Company saw top line revenues increase 165% with growth from its Personalized Oncology and Preclinical eValuation businesses.
  • Experienced positive increases in contract signing and saw deferred revenues end the 2009 fiscal year at $1.2 million compared to $0.5 million in the prior year.
  • Continued to build out its Tumorgraft platform with nearly 200 Tumorgrafts available and/or in development at April 30, 2009 representing all the major solid tumor indications.
  • Champions' Preclinical eValuation services business was launched and completed contracts with large pharmaceutical companies to evaluate their drug candidates. The business delivered its first drug development project to a major top tier Biotech and has several other studies nearing completion.
  • The Company began its effort to build an oncology drug pipeline and completed its first royalty agreement on an oncology drug candidate with Concordia Pharmaceuticals.
  • Champions established a collaboration with Do-Coop, an Israel based biotech firm to develop a more soluble form of its SG410 drug candidate, which allowed Champions to move forward into Biomerk Tumorgraft(TM) testing.
  • The Company entered into a collaboration with Gradalis and Mary Crowley Cancer Research Center to develop personalized cancer vaccines for cancer patients.
  • The Company launched its Personal Oncology website www.personalizedcancertreatment.com and established a UK subsidiary, Champions Biotechnology, UK Ltd. and an Israel branch.
  • For more information regarding Champions Biotechnology's growing business and recent news, please visit www.championsbiotechnology.com.
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