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6-K
BIOLINERX LTD. filed this Form 6-K on 08/11/2016
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· Partial results from Phase 2 study for BL-8040 in stem-cell mobilization for allogeneic transplantation expected by end of 2016
 
· Regulatory submission for BL-7010 clinical efficacy study, for marketing purposes as food supplement
 
· Expansion of commercial rollout of BL-5010 by Omega to additional countries and development of 2nd OTC indication for the product
 
Philip A. Serlin, Chief Financial and Operating Officer of BioLineRx, remarked, “The second quarter of 2016 highlighted the continued execution of our plans as we advance and expand our lead oncology platform, BL-8040; see the initial market penetration of BL-5010; continue the development of BL-7010 as a food supplement; and maintain active asset screening and in-licensing activities with Novartis.”

“We are pleased to have entered into an immuno-oncology collaboration with MD Anderson for a second Phase 2a study of BL-8040 with Merck’s KEYTRUDA in pancreatic cancer, which provides additional validation of the potential of our lead oncology drug platform in the cancer immunotherapy space. We continue to examine other potential collaborations in this space. In addition, we are looking forward to announcing full results from our successful Phase 2a study for relapsed and refractory AML at the upcoming Society of Hematology Oncology Meeting in September and we continue to push forward in our Phase 2b trial in an earlier treatment line for AML as a consolidation treatment following standard induction treatment. We also look forward to initiating our Phase 2a study in pancreatic cancer under our collaboration with Merck, expected by the end of this quarter,” added Mr. Serlin.

“BL-5010, our first product in the market, is already being sold in a number of countries in Europe. Omega Pharma plans to continue to gradually launch the product in additional European countries over the next 6-9 months, and beyond that time frame, to additional territories. To date, we have not recorded material revenues from this collaboration, but we expect revenues to gradually increase as the first product launch expands and the second product launch commences. In addition, we have in-licensed a drug candidate for the treatment of liver fibrosis, specifically nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), under our strategic collaboration with Novartis for the co-development of selected Israeli-sourced novel drug candidates, and we expect to in-license additional promising projects to the collaboration in the next few months,” continued Mr. Serlin.

“In closing, we ended the second quarter with $41.8 million of cash on our balance sheet. With our focus on achieving our expected milestones, we remain well positioned to carry out our strategic and operational plans,” Mr. Serlin concluded.

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