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April 6th, 2004

pSivida cancer cure ready for human testing

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pSivida Limited (PSD) today announced that its Singaporean subsidiary, pSiOncology Pte Ltd has successfully completed a final pre-clinical study for its lead BioSiliconTM product, BrachySilTM. This important and final pre-clinical milestone now paves the way for a ‘first in man’ evaluation of both BioSilicon and BrachySil, they announced. BrachySil is the Company’s lead product and is targeted to the substantial brachytherapy market, which is currently worth $600 million and expected to exceed US$1 billion by 2005.

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