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Exiqon Receives the 2008 Frost & Sullivan Growth Strategy Leadership Award
Date:7/23/2008

ction of this Award comes through in-depth interviews and primary market analysis conducted by Frost & Sullivan's industry analyst team.

"Exiqon strategically gained entry into the U.S. cancer molecular diagnostics and allied pharmaceutical services market via its $45 million acquisition of privately-held Oncotech," explains Frost & Sullivan senior analyst Dr. Sudeep Basu. "The February 2008 all-share-deal also strengthens Exiqon's position in the overall U.S. life sciences research and clinical diagnostics markets."

"Pharmaceutical companies now have a rapidly growing interest in biomarker development and companion diagnostics," continues Exiqon CEO Kongsbak. "Exiqon's proficiency in High Throughput Screening (HTS), together with a Bio-Bank of 150,000 tumor tissue samples at Oncotech, positions Exiqon as a partner-of-choice for pharmaceutical companies."

"Exiqon's well-executed market entry strategy, continued focus on innovation, key partnerships with industry and cancer research centers, and market-driven product development approach position Exiqon as a leader in its industry," adds Frost & Sullivan's Dr. Basu.

About Exiqon

Exiqon combines leading-edge scientific expertise in gene expression with proprietary LNA(TM) technology. The company's products, services and scientific staff enable life science researchers to make groundbreaking discoveries. Moreover, the company addresses the unmet need for a new approach to the diagnosis of cancer. Exiqon markets its products directly on http://www.exiqon.com, or through distributors ( http://www.exiqon.com/SEEEMS/2846.asp), and partners its proprietary Locked Nucleic Acids (LNA(TM)) technologies through industry leaders. Exiqon is located in the Medicon Valley area of Copenhagen, Denmark and is listed on the NASDAQ OMX in Copenhagen.

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