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November 8th, 2004

Clinical Data Presented at ESMO

Abstract:
ACLARA BioSciences today announced that Sharat Singh, Ph.D., ACLARA's Chief Technical Officer, presented data from a pilot clinical trial demonstrating the ability of ACLARA's eTag(TM) assays to correctly differentiate responders from non-responders to Herceptin(R) treatment in patients with breast cancer. These data, subject to confirmation in larger, trials, suggest that the eTag System may be more accurate than the current standard at differentiating responders from non-responders to this widely used targeted therapy.

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