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receiving Polish National Office approval to begin our second Phase I/II clinical trial in Poland to study Annamycin for treatment of relapsed or refractory acute myeloid leukemia (“AML”);
qualified a second and a third U.S. Annamycin clinical site with a fourth, we believe, to come in the near term;
commencing treatment for the first patient enrolled in the Annamycin U.S. Clinical trial at The University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, which includes the Seidman Cancer Center and the Cleveland Clinic;
announcing the opening of enrollment for a physician-sponsored clinical trial of WP1066 for the treatment of glioblastoma and brain metastases in adults;
initiating operations in Australia to benefit from potential rebates of up to 43.5% of qualified R&D expenditures and speed up preclinical development;
commencing preclinical toxicology testing of WP1732, a fully water-soluble STAT3 inhibitor we believe, based on preclinical testing, has the potential to be a breakthrough discovery for rare and difficult to treat cancers through our new subsidiary in Australia; and
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