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H3 Biomedicine Expands Cambridge Facilities, Doubles Employee Base as Scientific Program Advances
Date:11/26/2012

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"Eisai's commitment is based on our recognition that H3 Biomedicine possesses strong fundamentals in their science programs and innovative approach toward cancer treatment development," said Haruo Naito, Eisai Co., Ltd. President and CEO. "We are pleased that in this past year alone, the strong growth of their research-based initiatives has brought us closer to the vision of realizing the potential of personalized medicine."

Progress on Major Programs, Collaborations, Contribute to Expansion
H3 Biomedicine's leadership attributes the accelerated growth in large part to the dedication of its scientists, including the bioinformatics team that is driving its cancer genome mining work. These efforts aim to identify and validate recurrent gene mutations that are potential targets for drug therapies—the crucial first step in the company's mission to develop a library of novel oncology candidates for clinical testing. Currently, H3 Biomedicine's lead program is designed to develop drugs that target the gene SF3b1. Several recent publications have implicated mutations in this gene in blood-related malignant conditions, such as myelodysplastic syndromes and chronic lymphocytic leukemia, as well as solid tumors like those associated with skin, breast and pancreatic cancers.  H3 plans to utilize its new facilities to expand operations in pharmacokinetics and preclinical efficacy studies—components crucial to H3's lead program. 

H3 Biomedicine's world-class facilities and technology have also enabled several key collaborations in 2012, including projects with Compendia Bioscience and Horizon Discovery LTD.  "These alliances have tremendous synergy with our own scientific programs," continued Warmuth, "and our expanded facilities will enable us to
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