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Marshall Edwards, Inc. to Present at BIO Investor Forum 2007
Date:10/3/2007

NEW CANAAN, Conn., Oct. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Marshall Edwards, Inc. (Nasdaq: MSHL) will present at the BIO Investor Forum 2007 at the San Francisco Palace Hotel on Thursday, October 11, 2007 at 12:00 pm.

About Marshall Edwards, Inc.

Marshall Edwards, Inc. (Nasdaq: MSHL) is a specialist oncology company focused on the clinical development of novel anti-cancer therapeutics. These derive from a flavonoid technology platform which has generated a number of novel compounds characterized by broad ranging efficacy against a range of cancer targets with few side effects. The unique combination of efficacy and safety has been explained by their ability to target an enzyme present on the surface of cancer cells, thereby inhibiting the production of pro-survival proteins within the cell. Marshall Edwards, Inc. has licensed rights from Novogen Limited (Nasdaq: NVGN) to bring three oncology drugs -- phenoxodiol, NV-196 and NV-143 -- to market globally. The Company's lead investigational drug, phenoxodiol, is in a Phase III multinational multi-centered clinical trial for patients with recurrent ovarian cancer. More information on the trial can be found at http://www.OVATUREtrial.
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