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June 5, 2014
05:49 EDTPSTIPluristem CEO says muscle injury study suggests PLX-PAD effective treatment
Pluristem Therapeutics issued a Letter to Shareholders from its CEO, Zami Aberman. Aberman stated, "We have started 2014 with strong momentum on many fronts, including advancements in our clinical pipeline and regulatory approvals surrounding our cell therapy production methods and new manufacturing facility. The outstanding safety and efficacy results of our Phase I/II muscle injury study announced in January suggest that PLX-PAD cells may be effective in the treatment of muscle and tendon injuries. We analyzed the potential for a variety of orthopedic indications. Based on our findings and in keeping with our strategy, we have decided to move forward with at least two clinical indications, which will be announced in the next few weeks. Enrollment of the Phase II intermittent claudication, or IC, study is moving forward in the U.S., Germany and Israel and we expect to initiate enrollment in South Korea shortly."
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January 29, 2015
09:06 EDTPSTIOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: Flextronics (FLEX), up 6%... Coach (COH), up 6.3%... Autoliv (ALV), up 4.3%... Dow Chemical (DOW), up 3.5%... Ford (F), up 0.8%. ALSO HIGHER: McDonald's (MCD), up 3% after announcing CEO change...Xencor (XNCR), up 19% after reporting results from two trials... Pluristem Therapeutics (PSTI), up 8% after providing update and outlook on trials and pipeline... Avon Products (AVP), up 2.3% after naming James Scully as CFO... Omeros (OMER), up 6% after 2.996M share spot secondary priced at $20.03. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Alibaba (BABA), down 8%... Qualcomm (QCOM), down 6.8%... Alexion (ALXN), down 1.1% after reporting fourth quarter results, fiscal 2015 guidance, and CEO appointment. ALSO LOWER: Yahoo (YHOO), down 7% following Alibaba earnings report... Venaxis (APPY), down 72% after its APPY1 Test was determined by the FDA to not meet the criteria for substantial equivalence.

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