"The added expertise of Drs. Busse, Castro, and Woodruff, together with the collaboration we recently entered into with Drs. Bluestone and Tang at UCSF, gives NeoStem tremendous insight as we develop our clinical trial protocols," said Dr. Robin L. Smith, Chairman and CEO of NeoStem. "We will greatly benefit from the advice and support of these disease-area experts, and we look forward to their contributions as we endeavor to move our program ahead into the clinical phase."
Dr. Douglas W. Losordo, Chief Medical Officer of NeoStem, added, "This project continues NeoStem's methodical expansion of its development programs, targeting conditions that require chronic treatment with innovative cell-based therapies intended to restore health and eliminate the need for ongoing treatment."
About NeoStem, Inc.
NeoStem, Inc. ("NeoStem" or the "Company") is a leader in the emerging cellular therapy industry. Our business model includes the development of novel proprietary cell therapy products as well as operating a contract development and manufacturing organization providing services to others in the regenerative medicine industry. The combination of a therapeutic development business and revenue-generating service provider business provides the Company with capabilities for cost effective in-house product development and immediate revenue and cash flow generation.
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