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Positive SPA Reply From the FDA for TopoTarget's Pivotal Trial With Belinostat in PTCL
Date:9/5/2008

als to investigate belinostat for the treatment of various cancers, both as a single-agent and in combination chemotherapy regimens. In May 2005, TopoTarget announced the signing of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the NCI to conduct preclinical and nonclinical studies on belinostat in order to better understand its anti-tumor activity and to provide supporting information for clinical trials.

About TopoTarget

TopoTarget (OMX: TOPO) is an international biotech company headquartered in Denmark, dedicated to finding ''Answers for Cancer'' and developing improved cancer therapies. The company is founded and run by clinical cancer specialists and combines years of hands-on clinical experience with in-depth understanding of the molecular mechanisms of cancer. Focus lies on highly predictive cancer models and key cancer targets (including HDACi, NAD+, mTOR, FasLigand and topoisomerase II inhibitors). TopoTarget has a broad cllinical pipeline with 9 products in development, including belinostat which has shown proof of concept as monotherapy in treating haematological malignancies and positive results in solid tumours where it can be used in combination with full doses of chemotherapy. The company's first marketed product Savene(R)/Totect(R) was approved by EMEA in 2006 and the FDA in 2007 and is marketed by TopoTarget's own sales force in Europe and the US. For more information, please refer to http://www.topotarget.com.

TopoTarget Safe Harbour Statement

This announcement may contain forward-looking statements, including statements about our expectations of the progression of our preclinical and clinical pipeline including the timing for commencement and completion of clinical trials and with respect to cash burn guidance. Such statements are based on management's current expectations and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual
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