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Genelux, a Leader in the Emerging Oncolytic Virotherapy Field, Receives Significant Industry Honor from Elsevier Business Intelligence, Identifying GL-ONC1 as One of 2013's 'Top Oncology Projects to Watch'
Date:11/18/2013

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Genelux Corporation, a leader in the emerging field of oncolytic virotherapy, announced today that the Company's lead product candidate, GL-ONC1, has been selected by Elsevier Business Intelligence as one of its 2013 "Top 10 Oncology Projects to Watch." Genelux will present its vaccinia-based proprietary platform technology at the Elsevier Business Intelligence Therapeutic Area Partnerships (TAP) Conference, one of the pharmaceutical industry's premier partnering events, November 18-20 in Boston.

"Selection as a 'Top 10 Oncology Project to Watch' by Elsevier represents a significant industry honor," said Dr. Aladar Szalay, Founder, President and CEO of Genelux Corporation. "We are very proud of the progress we have made in developing GL-ONC1 for the diagnosis and treatment of a number of difficult-to-treat cancers, as well as our exciting pipeline of future product candidates. Our team looks forward to discussing the science behind the Genelux oncolytic vaccinia-based platform, the GL-ONC1 program and the Company's future plans at the TAP conference."

Elsevier considered various criteria when selecting the Top 10 Programs, including the history of the molecule or drug, the diversity of indications – initial and future, and multi-level partnering prospects. "Select companies have been screened using a strict set of judging criteria for the Top 10 awards and represent what our committees consider among the most attractive opportunities the industry has to offer," said David Cassak, Vice President, Content, Elsevier Business Intelligence. "Winners have met rigorous criteria, including: unmet medical need, market potential, diversity of indications, strong science, multi-level partnering opportunities (biotech and pharma), potential for new opportunities beyond initial indic
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