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AnGes MG Registers 9th Case of Phase I Clinical Trial for HGF Gene Medicine Conducted in US.

Tokyo, Japan, Nov 24, 2005 - (JCNN) - AnGes MG announced on November 22 that it has registered the 9th case of its phase I clinical trials of HGF (Hepatocyte Growth Factor) gene medicine conducted in the US. The company has been conducting the phase I clinical trials intended for the treatment of ischemic heart disease since November 2004.

Now that AnGes MG has scored its targeted number of trial cases, it will analyze the results and complete the trial for each case as soon as the case's evaluation period expires.

In Japan, AnGes MG is currently proceeding with phase III clinical trials of HGF gene medicine intended for the treatment of peripheral arterial disease.

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Date:Nov 25, 2005
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