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NIMOTUZUMAB CLINICAL DATA PRESENTED AT ASCO ANNUAL MEETING
Date:6/3/2008

overall survival was 9.7 months and that 12 of the 41 evaluable patients are currently alive. No incidences of rash were noted and results were reported to be comparable to intense chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Quality of life was reported as excellent when compared with intensive chemotherapy. Current and planned studies will expand the use of nimotuzumab from the pediatric population to adults with high grade brain tumors.

"Pharmacodynamic (PD) study of Nimotuzumab, an anti epidermal growth

factor receptor (EGFR) monoclonal antibody (MAb), in patients with

unresectable squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (SCCHN): A

SENDO Foundation study" (Abstract number 6070): Ten patients with advanced SCCHN, unsuitable for chemo-radiotherapy, were enrolled in a single center phase Ib clinical trial, where they received eight weekly infusions of nimotuzumab at two dose levels: 200mg and 400mg. Paired biopsies were taken from skin and primary tumors, before and 1 week after first infusion.

Nimotuzumab was well tolerated and there was no evidence of skin rash in any of the treated patients. Objective Response was achieved in 80% of patients (2 Complete Responses, 6 Partial Responses) and median survival time was 7.2 months. Results also demonstrated that after a short period of exposure, nimotuzumab as a single agent inhibited EGFR phosphorylation and this was accompanied by a trend towards molecular downstream effects consistent with the expected biological effects of EGFR targeting. The absence of inflammatory skin reaction might be linked to the lack of skin toxicity by the drug.

In addition, YM BioSciences presented data, described in a separate press release issued today by the Company, based on the following poster:
"Preliminary results of an escalating dose phase I clinical trial of the

anti-EGFR monoclonal antibody nimotuzumab in combination with external

radiotherapy in patients diagnosed
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