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E-Therapeutics Granted Approval For Phase I Trials Of Anti-cancer Drug ETS2101

Biotechnology company e-Therapeutics Plc (ETX.L) Thursday announced that its plans for Phase-1 trials of its anti-cancer drug ETS2101 have received approvals from the regulatory authorities both in the UK and in the US.

Following the receipt of approvals, the company reaffirmed that enrolment of patients for the Phase-1 trial in both the US and the UK would be commencing shortly.

Professor Malcolm Young, CEO of e-Therapeutics, said: "We remain on track to report the first data from cancer trials with ETS2101 and to advance three further drugs into the clinic by the end of this year."

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