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Inflamax Research Chosen to Conduct a Multicenter Environmental Exposure Chamber Phase 3 Study of Ultrashort Grass Allergy Vaccine by Allergy Therapeutics (UK) Ltd.
Date:4/9/2013

ng the EECs suitable for clinical studies to test medications for perennial allergies.

About Dr Piyush Patel

Dr Piyush Patel, Inflamax’s CEO, is an industry veteran who has been in the forefront of development of EEC technology. Dr Patel is an author of several patents relating to EEC technology and was the owner of a CRO specializing in EECs called Allied Research International which he sold through a private equity financed buyout in 2007. Dr. Patel was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2008 for his work in building that company.

About Allergy Therapeutics Ltd.

Allergy Therapeutics is a European-based specialty pharmaceutical company focused upon the treatment and prevention of allergy.

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