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Date:7/7/2009

Syndromes II-32 Hematological Cancer Therapies II-33 Chemotherapy II-33 Radiation Therapy II-33 Stem Cell Transplants II-33 Biological Therapy II-34 Targeted Therapy II-34 Gene Therapy II-34 Immunotherapy II-34 Monoclonal Antibody Treatment II-35 Vaccines II-35 Donor Lymphocyte Infusion II-35 Hematological Cancer Drug Classes II-35 Hypomethylating Agents & Antimetabolites II-35 Bisphosphonates II-36 Alkylating Agents and DNA-Damaging Agents II-36 DNA-Repair Enzyme Inhibitors II-36 Histone Deacetylase Inhibitor II-36 Immunomodulators II-36 Proteasome Inhibitor II-36 Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors II-36 3. Clinical Trials and Drug Approvals II-37 NICE Grants Approval for Use of Revlimid(R) II-37 SWOG Announces Closure of Phase III Trial (S0232) for Patients with Multiple Myeloma II-37 Fujimoto Pharmaceutical Receives Approval to Market Thalidomide II-37 Celgene Obtains Health Canada Approval for Revlimid Oral Cancer Drug II-37 FDA Grants Orphan-Drug Designation to Melphalan II-38 Merck Commences Phase II-b and Phase III Clinical Trial of Zolinza II-38 Clavis Initiates Phase II Trial of Elacytarabine II-38 Gilead Sciences Commences GS 9219 Phase I Clinical Trial II-38 AstraZeneca Carries Out AZD 0530 Phase II trial II-39 European Commission Grants Approval of Thalidomide for Multiple Myeloma II-39 EMEA Issues Positive Opinion for Thalidomide Use in Multiple Myeloma II-39 Global Regulatory Developments for the Use of Revlimid(R) in Multiple Myeloma II-39 Takeda Gains FDA Approval to Promote Velcade II-40 Health Canada Approves VELCADE II-40 Genzyme Receives FDA Certification for Mozobil II-40 Celgene's Thalidomide Pharmion Receives Marketing Authorization II-41 Ziopharm Commences Phase II Clinical Trial of ZIO-101 II-41 FDA Approves Pluristem's P
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