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Dalton and AdeTherapeutics Enter Into a Manufacturing Services Agreement
Date:1/6/2011

TORONTO, Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dalton Pharma Services, a privately owned Canadian pharmaceutical services provider to leading pharmaceutical companies, today announced the company has entered into a Clinical Manufacturing Services Agreement with AdeTherapeutics (a day' therapeutics), Inc., a specialty pharma company based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, focused on providing quality therapeutic options in inflammation and acute care medicine. Dalton will provide aseptic fill/finish services under cGMP, for ADE's sterile anti-adhesion (scar tissue reduction) product.

"Our Establishment License from Health Canada, combined with our expert capabilities in analytical services and aseptic manufacturing, solidified the manufacturing agreement," said Peter Pekos, President and CEO. "Dalton is pleased to add this strategic relationship to our growing list of innovative pharmaceutical clients.  We are thrilled to be working with AdeTherapeutics and look forward to rapidly moving their product through their key milestones," continued Pekos.

Sanj Singh, President and Chief Executive Officer of AdeTherapeutics remarked, "The partnership with Dalton is a key part of AdeTherapeutics capital efficient virtual drug development model where we work with expert service providers from all over the globe to rapidly bring our novel therapeutics and diagnostics forward benefiting the healthcare community with safe, reliable and cost-effective treatment choices. We are excited about the opportunity to partner with a company whose client focus and commitment to quality match our own. Sharing these values with partners like Dalton is vital to our ability to provide products which fulfill the therapeutic needs of physicians and their patients. Surgeries are expected to double in the next five years and with no established standard of care, we are optimistic that our lead anti-adhesion candidate can solve this high unmet medical need."

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