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H3 Biomedicine and Selvita Announce Strategic Collaboration to Develop Precision Cancer Medicines
Date:9/16/2013

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and KRAKOW, Poland, Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- H3 Biomedicine Inc., a biopharmaceutical company specializing in the discovery and development of precision oncology treatments, and Selvita (PL: SLV), one of the largest drug discovery companies in Eastern Europe, announced today that they have entered into a strategic collaboration to develop breakthrough precision medicines for cancers. The companies will seek to validate the importance and druggability of several kinase targets in specific genetic contexts and to generate multiple novel drug candidates against those targets. 

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Recent advances in human cancer genomics have revealed novel target opportunities that will enable new approaches to developing cancer medicines. H3 Biomedicine has built extensive and proprietary target acumen. It has also implemented a set of unique tools and research engines in the areas of cancer genomics, bioinformatics and target validation to lend biological insight to genomic findings. These capabilities will help to accelerate its collaborative drug discovery and development efforts. Selvita started its first kinase discovery programs in 2008 and, over the last five years, has built a premium scientific team with one of the world's most robust kinase discovery platforms. Together, the two companies have the know-how to leverage data from the new target opportunities revealed through cancer genomics.

"Our goal at H3 Biomedicine is to – in a very focused way – utilize the genomic information from public and proprietary data sets to identify and validate highly relevant cancer genes and to develop effective therapies against those targets," stated

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