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NORTHWEST BIO Announces Positive Third Quarter Progress
Date:10/6/2011

160;The NORTHWEST BIO trial is a double-blind randomized controlled trial, with a "treated" group and a "control" group, as is required for late stage clinical trials.  However, unlike other current immune therapy trials for cancer, the NORTHWEST BIO trial has been carefully designed so that it provides an opportunity for all patients in the "control group" to "cross over" and receive the DCVax® immune therapy after a certain point is passed.  As a result, the NORTHWEST BIO trial design will not only provide randomized, placebo-controlled data,  it will also allow all patients in the trial to ultimately receive the DCVax® treatment -- including the patients who are assigned to the "control group."  Physicians and patients are expressing strong interest and support for this trial design.

As part of NORTHWEST BIO's program to increase the visibility of its progress, it also announced today that it has entered into an agreement to have company information made available via Standard & Poor's Market Access Program, an information distribution service that enables subscribing publicly traded companies to have corporate information disseminated to users of Standard & Poor's Market Scope Advisor, used by more than 100,000 investment advisors.  The first step under this program is a basic listing of NORTHWEST BIO in the Daily News section of Standard Corporation Records, a recognized manual for secondary trading in up to 38 states under their Blue Sky Laws, thereby qualifying NWBO for trading in those states.

Standard and Poor's also makes available a weekly updated Stock Report on Company initiatives and strategy, as well as basic stock-related and financial information. The first Stock Report on NORTHWEST BIO is expected to be available through the Market Scope Advisor public website at www.advisorinsight.com by mid-October following completion of the initial Report and
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