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Hong Kong National Investment and Harvard University Stem Cell Institute have a strong cooperation.
Mr. Brock Reeve, CEO of Harvard Stem Cell Research Institute, is the Chief Investment Officer of Stem Cell and Regenerative Medisun at National Investment and Medici Medical Group.
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On May 8, 2015, Hong Kong Medisun Regerative Medical Center and National Investment (01227.HK) announced the appointment of Mr. Brock Reeve as the chief stem cell and regenerative medicine investment officer of the two companies.
Mr. Brock Reeve is currently the Executive Director of the Harvard University Stem Cell Institute and has graduated from Yale University and Harvard Business School. Mr. Reeve is solely responsible for the strategy and operations of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute, whose overall goal is to use stem cell biology as a tool and treatment to study and treat major degenerative diseases.
As the Chief Investor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine of Medisun Medical Center, Mr. Brock Reeve will organize and lead a professional investment team to actively select the latest regenerative medicine technologies in overseas markets such as Europe, the United States, and Japan and evaluate their investment value. They will also focus on and invest in the world’s leading stem cell regenerative medicine technology, and actively participate in clinical trials and product commercialization of stem cell technology invested by Medisun Medical Center in Asia.
Medisun Medical Center is the world’s most authoritative investment organization in stem cell and regenerative medicine
As the world’s most authoritative investment organization for stem cells and regenerative medicine, Medisun Medical Center has invested in stem cell treatment technologies including heart, tumor, liver, kidney, AIDS and other diseases, fully demonstrating its investment vision and courage. After working with the Mayo Medical Group in the United States, the Medisun once again joined forces with the Harvard University Stem Cell Institute.
Mr. Danny Wong is both the Chairman of the Medisun Medical Group and National Investment (01227.HK). He has devoted himself to research and investment in the field of stem cells for the past five years. The Medisun currently has more than 300 scientists , medical consultants and investment experts from all over the world. The technologies invested by the group are distributed in Europe, the United States, Japan, Hong Kong and other places, and clinical trials are carried out simultaneously.
China’s first participation in international multi-center global synchronized clinical trials
Medisun Medical Group is committed to bringing the world’s leading stem cell and regenerative medicine technologies to China. The investment in the C-cure stem cell therapy for ischemic heart failure technology, which was invented by Mayo Medical Group, has been clinically tested in Europe and the United States. It will carry out clinical trials in China’s well-known cardiovascular hospitals such as Beijing Anzhen Hospital, Fuwai Cardiovascular Hospital and Shanghai Oriental Hospital with the support of international multi-center policy, giving Chinese hospitals the opportunity to participate in the world’s most advanced stem cell technology clinic. The Medisun also actively promote the commercialization of technology worldwide in the future. Before C-Cure’s great technology and revolutionary products for heart disease were officially launched, Medisun has launched a series of cell regeneration factor products to treat a number of diseases, and the product has entered the market.
Liang Zhen ying visits Harvard University Stem Cell Research Institute and Mr. Brock Reeve to discuss the promotion of stem cell and the development of regenerative medicine industry
Under the general environment of Hong Kong’s adjustment of the whole industry, one of the important measures is to develop the stem cell and regenerative medicine industries. Looking at the huge investment in the stem cell and regeneration field of the Medisun Medical Group, it is revealed that it will inevitably set off a disruptive business model in the market.
The Hong Kong government attaches great importance to the development of stem cells. Following the cooperation with the Caroline Medical School in Sweden, Liang Zhen ying visited the Harvard University Stem Cell Research Institute on May 5 and exchanged views with its Executive Director Brock Reeve to promote the development of the stem cell industry in Hong Kong. This will undoubtedly inject a strong shot into the cooperation between Harvard University and Hong Kong in the field of regenerative medicine. It will promote the promotion of Harvard stem cells in regenerative medicine research and technology in Hong Kong and Asia.
It can be seen that Medisun Medical Group has appointed Mr. Brock Reeve take the helm of the stem cell and regenerative medicine to investment. National Investment (01227.HK), which holds a 30% stake in Medisun Medical Group, is investing in regenerative medicine and the field of stem cells. Mr. Brock Reeve will lead the Medisun Medical Group to become a professional stem cell investment team with global leadership.
The value of the stem cell and regenerative medicine industry under the capital market in China and Hong Kong is immeasurable.
With the upcoming clinical management of stem cells, the development of China’s stem cell and regenerative medicine industry will be unstoppable. Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect and the upcoming Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect have apparently injected huge sums of money into Hong Kong stocks. The stocks of companies related to the stem cell industry have risen very well, but they are far from satisfactory and far from the technology held by Medisun Medical Center. National Investment (01227.HK), as a shareholder of Medisun Medical Group, is full of confidence in the development of the Group.
Medisun Investment Holdings’ Cardio Biotech plans to enter the US capital market.
Medisun Investment Holdings’ C-cure Stem Cell Therapy for Ischemic Heart Failure has exceeded the number of patients enrolled by the European Food and Drug Administration (EMA) in the Phase III clinical trial in Europe and has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Enter the third phase of clinical. Cardio, the investment holding company of Medisun, also successfully obtained a new round of financing of 32 million euros in February this year. Its financing quota was oversubscribed and snapped up by European and American institutional investors. Cardio is planning to be listed on the NASDAQ in the United States from the end of May to the beginning of June this year (listed in Belgium and France in 2013), and the large-scale financing plan of Cardio further indicates that the spring of stem cells has really come.
After many years of favor and investment in the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine, and the huge capital investment plan, the Medisun’ next step will be the focus of the market. The capital market’s confidence in its shareholder, National Investment (01227.HK), is already evident in the expectation of its future development.According to analysts, Medisun has planned to launch an overall listing financing plan in Hong Kong in the near future. We believe that Medisun, as a recognized leader in the global stem cell and regenerative medicine field, will surely launch an incredible wave of development in this field.
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Mr. Brock Reeve is both the chairman of Medisun medical group and National Investment (01227.HK) and a close friend of Mr. Danny Wong during his stay in the United States.They share the same confidence and enthusiasm for stem cell and regenerative medicine.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Liang Zhen ying visited the Harvard University Stem Cell Institute and exchanged views with the Executive Director, Mr. Brock Reeve, on the development of the stem cell and regenerative medicine industries.
Brock Reeve is the younger brother of the famous American actor Christopher Reeve. Christopher Reeve (September 25, 1952 – October 10, 2004), a New Yorker, famous movie actor, film director, writer, was play in Superman (Kal-El/Clark Kent). He graduated from Cornell University in 1974 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and then entered the Juilliard School in New York. He is also a good friend with another famous actor Robin Williams. In 1978, he starred in the sci-fi film “Superman” for the first time and became a hit. In 1995, an accident occurred during an equestrian competition. The spine was seriously injured and his body was paralyzed. Since then, he has devoted himself to social welfare undertakings and to promote stem cell research. He often holds tour lectures. On October 9, 2004, he died for the myocardial infarction at the age of 52.
Cardio3 BioSciences teams up with Medisun International to create Cardio3 BioSciences Asia Holdings Ltd, a Joint Venture aimed at conducting pivotal clinical programs in Greater China
• The minimum of 20M€ funding of the Joint Venture over the next three years is secured by local financial investors led by Hong Kong based Medisun International Ltd.
• The clinical program aims to lead to the commercialization of C-Cure® in the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
• Medisun will also bring local regulatory, clinical and market access knowledge, while Cardio3 BioSciences will bring clinical and operational knowhow and expertise.
• With this additional clinical program in Asia, Cardio3 BioSciences will have access to the third largest pharmaceutical market in the world.
• The quality standards of the Asian operations will be managed by Cardio3 BioSciences, with the same rigor as the European and American operations.
Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium, 16 JUNE 2014 – Cardio3 BioSciences SA (C3BS) (Euronext Brussels and Paris : CARD), leader in the discovery and development of advanced regenerative therapies for heart disease, today announces it has entered into an agreement with Medisun International Limited, a financial investor based in Hong Kong aiming to build a life science portfolio, for the purpose of creating a joint venture to conduct Phase III clinical trials in Greater China (the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan) potentially leading to the commercialization of C-Cure® in these territories. Medisun International Limited is also a shareholder of Cardio3 following a capital increase, the first phase of which became effective today.
The Joint Venture, named Cardio3 BioSciences Asia Holdings Ltd, will be created with the purpose to conduct pivotal clinical trials in Greater China, ie the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Cardio3 BioSciences will bring to the Joint Venture the required IP rights to conduct a clinical trial in those geographies, the use of its C-Cure® manufacturing capabilities based in Mont-Saint-Guibert (Belgium) that will produce the clinical lots for the Phase III program, and its clinical and operational knowhow and expertise. Medisun will bring to the joint venture the funding required for the execution of the clinical trials, with a minimum committed of 20M€ over a three year period, as well as local knowledge of the clinical and regulatory environment.
Cardio 3 BioSciences’s ownership in the Joint Venture will be 40%, to be reduced to 30% when clinical trials are running in the three geographies.
A successful outcome of the Phase III clinical program in those geographies would trigger the right for the joint venture company to commercialize C-Cure® in those territories with royalties ranging between 20 and 30% of net sales depending on total revenue of the Joint Venture.
The obligations under the joint venture agreement are still subject to the completion of the second tranche (for 12.5M€) of a 25 M€ investment in Cardio 3 BioSciences by Medisun on 30 June 2014.
With clinical programs ongoing in Europe and Israel, and soon in the USA and Greater China (People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan), Cardio3 BioSciences confirms its leadership in the cardiac regenerative field with its global presence.
Dr Christian Homsy, CEO of Cardio3 BioSciences, said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to access the world’s third largest pharmaceutical market at limited costs to Cardio3. In cooperation with a reputable local partner, we look forward to soon initiating one or more pivotal trials that would lead us towards commercialization in the world’s fastest growing economy. We are also delighted that both partners are committed to the most rigorous standards of pharmaceutical practices and scientific integrity.”
Mr Michel Lussier, Chairman of Cardio3 BioSciences, added: “With this presence in Greater China, we are very proud to become the first global player in the field of cardiac regenerative medicines, aiming to commercialize our leading edge cell therapy to patients all across the globe.”
Mr Danny Wong, Chairman of Medisun International Holdings Ltd., added: “I am very proud that we are able to pioneer the clinical development of this exciting technology in China and potentially later on in Asia. Our ultimate goal is to deliver this live-saving treatment to countless patients with heart problems.
We shall organize symposia this August in Beijing and Shanghai to promote cell based medicines as well as Cardio3’s technology. Leading experts from Europe, US and Asia will attend this event which will enable us to reach out and unite biomedical experts in this part of the globe.
We are passionate about this project and I am certain that our involvement with Cardio3 as a leader in this field, combined with our local knowledge of the regulatory, healthcare and market access capabilities and expertise, will bring success to all the parties involved.” Read extra info on http://www.medisun.hk/.