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Danish Hotspot in Personalized Medicine
Date:11/12/2007

icroRNA in classification of cancers, and the strong clinical network in Scandinavia, we feel ideally positioned to contribute to the improvement of cancer treatment selection."

Business Development Manager Vibeke Dalhoff from Copenhagen Capacity, the official investment promotion agency of the Capital Region of Denmark explains: "Denmark is absolutely world-class within biomedicine and we are pioneers within personalized medicine, with strong competencies in the therapeutic and cancer fields, among others."

Gitte Pedersen, special advisor with the sister organization Invest in Denmark: "Denmark is in a unique position. We excel at developing medicine, we have core competencies within system biology, which is the toolbox for personalized medicine, and we have a health service that can see the advantages of implementing individualized medicine and engage in an open dialog between companies and the authorities".

Given this cocktail of companies, research environment and interest from the public sector, international pharmaceutical companies working on personalized medicine have a strong focus on Denmark and Medicon Valley.

"There is growing interest in the Danish competencies within individualized medicine", says Vibeke Dalhoff.

These companies work with personalized medicine in Denmark:

Within diagnostics: Dako, Exiqon, FluimediX and Medical Prognostic Institute.

Within drug discovery: Genmab, Novo Nordisk, Pharmexa, Santaris Pharma and TopoTarget.

For further information:

Vibeke Dalhoff

Tel.:+45-33-26-87-22

+45-61-26-464

email: vda@copcap.com

Gitte Pedersen

tel: +1-212-665-8626

email: gp@investindk.com


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