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Date:9/5/2012

b-B for preparing difficult-to-treat cancer patients for hematopoietic stem cell transplant and Actimab-A for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) in the elderly.
  • Actinium's Alpha Particle Immunotherapy Platform (APIT) uses more powerful, safer radiation than in current TPCT products and has broad applications for the treatment of many cancers.
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    The 100+ page report was compiled over several months by a team with extensive and varied experience in healthcare.  Key members are:

    • Robert LeBoyer, Founder of Parthenon Associates, is a veteran Healthcare Equity Research Analyst.
    • Philip Cohen is an Industry Consultant and Science Journalist with 20 years of expertise covering medicine and biotechnology.

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