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February 8th, 2005

Flamel Technologies Announces Public Release of Phase IIa data

Abstract:
Flamel Technologies announced today that it has posted a summary of Phase IIa data conducted on Flamel's long-acting insulin, Basulin®, on its website.

"We are pleased with the results of the Phase IIa obtained on thirty (30) Type I diabetic patients. This study confirms our strong expectations for Basulin® because Medusa®, our nano-particulate system, is the only one capable to delivery human insulin with this level of efficacy," said Dr. Gerard Soula.

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