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Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals Closes $10.5 million Series A Financing to fund Phase I Clinical Trials in HCV-infected Patients
Date:2/28/2013

activation of the host immune response in the presence of viral infection. By virtue of this novel mechanism of action, SB 9200 is ideally suited for combination with other classes of HCV antivirals.  In preclinical studies, SB 9200 has shown synergistic antiviral activity when combined with other anti-HCV compounds and has demonstrated an excellent safety profile. Moreover, this novel mechanism of action suggests it could have pan-genotypic activity, as well as potentially a high barrier to resistance. These attributes could potentially lead to the use of SB 9200 as part of an Interferon-free, all-oral regimen for HCV therapy."

About Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals

Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals is engaged in the discovery and development of an entirely new class of safer and more effective medicines based on the Company's proprietary SMNH, "Small Molecule Nucleic Hybrid" technology program.  SB 9200, a potential breakthrough drug for the treatment of HCV and HBV, is the Company's most advanced drug under development.  The Company also has programs for the development of antivirals against Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections; the development of a Broad spectrum antiviral; and therapies to treat Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

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