#Celator Pharmaceuticals raising $5 million for #cancer treatments

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Celator Pharmaceuticals, cancer treatment, FDA, World Orphan Drugs Congress, biotechs CPX-351, a drug therapy for acute myeloid leukemia, has been raised by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, FDA, to orphan drug status. Now with seven years market exclusivity in the U.S, Celator Pharmaceuticals will continue through to phase 2 clinical trials.

According to medcitynews.com, its goals involve a fund of $5 million, and $2.57m of this target has been raised through equity, options and securities so far.

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