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Cellway Ventures Changes Name to Acrongenomics

NEW YORK, March 5 (GenomeWeb News) - Cellway Ventures has changed its name to Acrongenomics, the company said today.


The company, based in Calgary, Canada, said it changed its name "to more accurately reflect its emerging business." Its symbol on the Over The Counter Bulletin Board will change from CWYV to AGNM.


Earlier this year, the company said it is negotiating to acquire a European pharmaceutical company and patents and rights to a predictive molecular diagnostic test for metastatic cancer from European scientists.

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