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ESTEVE Communicates its R&D Through a New Interactive Platform
Date:7/12/2012

BARCELONA, July 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

This site is part of the  http://www.esteve.com  corporate web portal

  • ESTEVE's new website provides consise and updated information on its projects under development. Among these is the S1RA (Sigma-1 Receptor Antagonist), a new chemical entity, presently in Clinical Phase II, for treating several types of pain
  • In addition to defining the Company's main lines of research, this new website also discloses the Company's different and innovative models of collaboration

ESTEVE announces the launch of a new website (http://www.esteve.es/EsteveFront/IDI.do?lng=en) with the purpose of communicating the Company's R&D and the innovative models of collaboration currently implemented. Newly formatted and fully integrated in the http://www.esteve.com web portal, this site reinforces the commitment of ESTEVE to R&D with emphasis on a solid strategy to provide new therapeutic solutions for unmet medical needs in highly prevalent diseases of high social impact.

With its primary focus in analgesia, ESTEVE is developing innovative therapies for pain. Two projects are presently undergoing clinical development for the treatment of neuropathic pain and moderate to severe acute and chronic pain.

One of these projects involves S1RA, a highly selective Sigma-1 Receptor Antagonist that offers a new approach and a new mechanism of action in a field (neuropathic pain) strongly in need of novel, more effective and safer therapies.

The new website also describes the innovative partnering strategy in R&D as well as ESTEVE's network of excellence built through unique collaborative models. This network includes differ
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