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ARIUS announces second quarter fiscal 2008 financial results
Date:7/11/2008

TORONTO, July 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - ARIUS Research Inc., (TSX: ARI), a biotechnology company discovering and developing the next wave of antibody therapeutics, today announced its financial and operational results for the second fiscal quarter of 2008, ended May 31st, 2008.

"Throughout the second quarter, we maintained our focus on moving ARIUS' anti-cancer antibodies towards human clinical trial. Most notably, our lead drug candidates received significant attention from the scientific community this quarter as five abstracts were presented at the AACR Annual Meeting in April, disclosing new findings about our CD44, Trop-2, CD59, and CD9 antibody programs," said Dr. David Young, President and CEO of ARIUS. "Additionally, abstracts on our CD44 program were selected for publication at the ASCO Annual Meeting in May. The inclusion of ARIUS' findings at these important conferences demonstrates the high quality of our research and reinforces the value of our lead drug candidates."

Program Updates:

CD44 Cancer Stem Cell Program

- Presented two CD44-focused posters at AACR the American Association

for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting held from April 12-16, 2008

in San Diego, California.

- Published two CD44-focused abstracts at the American Association for

Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting held from May 30-June 3, 2008

in Chicago, Illinois.

- Held meeting with FDA to discuss plans for the upcoming IND

submission in the first quarter of 2008.

- ARIUS plans to have clinical trials' materials prepared in the fourth

quarter of 2008 and then a Phase I IND application is expected to be

filed and human clinical trials commenced.

Trop-2 Signal Transduction Program

- Completed two toxicology studies with no dose-limiting toxicity.

- Presented a Trop-2-focused poster at AACR Annual Meeting.

- Engaged
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