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Ferndale and Foamix Execute License Agreement for Development of Non-Steroidal Foam for Atopic Dermatitis
Date:6/3/2008

Aim is to Target 46,000,000 Atopic Patients Worldwide

FERNDALE, Michigan and NESS ZIONA, Israel, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Ferndale Laboratories Inc. and Foamix Ltd. announced today that the two companies executed a license agreement for Ferndale to develop and commercialize non-steroidal foam for the treatment of atopic dermatitis and eczema.

The agreement was signed following Foamix's successful development of non-steroidal foam which is designed to help skin barrier properties. Under the terms of the agreement, Foamix will be entitled to receive milestone payments upon achievement of various developments and commercial events and double-digit royalties.

"We are pleased to announce this license agreement with Foamix. Foamix has a proven track record of developing innovative dermatological foams and we are confident that this innovative product is a valuable addition to Ferndale's medications portfolio." said James T. McMillan II, Chief Executive Officer of, Ferndale.

Atopic Dermatitis (AD) is a common chronic inflammatory skin condition, affecting 15-20% of schoolchildren and 2-10% of adults. According to recent surveys, there are 17.8 million patients in the US and 46 million patients worldwide known to be affected. In the majority of patients, the disease begins in early childhood, often in the first year of life, when it can be particularly severe. The skin becomes extremely itchy; scratching leads to redness, swelling, cracking, "weeping" of clear fluid, and finally, crusting and scaling. The prolonged and continuous itching can lead to reduced attention, sustained sleep deprivation and scratching, which impairs the quality of life of the sufferer.

Poor adherence to AD therapy is common, and therefore, foams, which do not require extensive rubbing to achieve the necessary spreading and absorption, offer an improved treatment.

"This agreement with Ferndale further underscores Foamix's ability to convert techn
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