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MIGENIX Corporate Update and Requisition of Special Meeting
Date:7/8/2008

s having top-line results of the Omigard(TM) Phase III trial in the second half of 2008 and if the results of this trial are positive, Cadence submitting a new drug application (NDA) for Omigard(TM) in the first half of 2009; completion of rest of world partnership(s) for Omigard(TM) after positive Phase III Omigard(TM) results; Cutanea Life Sciences' plans to advance omiganan for the treatment of rosacea into Phase III clinical development by the end of 2008; to have results from the celgosivir Phase II viral kinetics study in the next several weeks; MX-2401 being our next clinical program and our plans to advance MX-2401 to an IND/CTA by late 2009; and Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals advancing SB9000 into clinical development in the first quarter of 2010.

With respect to the forward-looking statements contained in this news release, we have made numerous assumptions regarding, among other things: our ability to achieve milestones related to the clinical programs; the adequacy of the Omigard(TM) Phase III trial design to generate data that are deemed sufficient by regulatory authorities to support submitting an NDA for Omigard(TM); our ability to manage licensing opportunities; our partners' abilities to successfully market Omigard(TM); Cutanea's ability to manage, fund and advance omiganan for dermatological applications into Phase III, the adequacy of Cutanea's Phase II results for regulatory authorities to support advancing to Phase III; our ability to initiate, fund and complete non-clinical studies, clinical studies, manufacturing and all ancillary activities within our expected timelines; and Spring Bank's ability to manage, fund and advance SB9000 into clinical development.

Actual results or events could differ materially from the plans, intentions and expectations expressed or implied in any forward-looking statements, including the underlying assumptions thereto, as a result of numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors including: dependence
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