NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Apr 1, 2013) - Nuvilex, Inc. (
Dr. Gerald Crabtree has spent more than forty of his 72 years studying cancer in one way or another -- from his time at Brown University from 1970-1985, a period that included work in the early 1980s at the Roger Williams Cancer Center on the clinical development of a cancer drug that was further developed by Eli Lilly, to his time in the 1990s with Bristol-Myers Squibb as part of the team that developed Taxol, a more than $11-billion drug for the company.
Dr. Crabtree has worked with a number of companies, each time finding himself in a crucial role in the company's cancer research, development, and in many cases, its clinical trials, and says each experience has helped shape his understanding of the complex disease. "I have been blessed to have known and worked with some of the major players in the cancer field and to have been involved in the development of a major cancer drug like Taxol. But now, I am involved with something that may dwarf all of those achievements."
And, that something is Nuvilex's unique and proprietary cell encapsulation or "Cell-in-a-Box" technology. The company has gone all in on "Cell-in-a-Box" with almost $30-million invested in the technology and landing Dr. Crabtree to help drive the success on its first big chance to show off in a large-scale Phase III clinical trial.
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