Extended tissue establishment authorization

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The stem cell company NextCell Pharma AB ("NXTCL") was inspected on 7th May 2018 by the Health and Care Inspectorate (IVO), which is the supervisor of tissue establishments. NXTCL has today received the inspection report that authorizes the business to continue without any changes being required.

NXTCL acquired the tissue establishment authorization in 2014-11-19. The permit is reviewed every other year in connection with inspection. The operations were inspected 2016-01-20 and now by 2018-05-07, again with a positive outcome.

Tissue establishment is an establishment where physical or legal persons conduct business that includes the control, processing, storage or distribution of human tissues or cells intended for human use or for the manufacture of medicinal products intended for human use which may also include donation, recovery, import or export of human tissues or cells.

This information is the information that NextCell Pharma AB is required to disclose under the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was provided by the below contact person for publication on 28th of June 2018.

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For more information about NextCell Pharma AB, please contact:

Mathias Svahn, CEO

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Phone: 08-735 5595

E-mail: info@nextcellpharma.com


About NextCell Pharma AB:

Stem cells are expected to change the way how many of today's life-threatening diseases are treated. NextCell Pharma AB develops ProTrans, a drug candidate consisting of stem cells for the primary treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases as well as for use in kidney transplants. ProTrans consists of selected stem cells derived from the umbilical cord tissue with NextCell Pharma AB's proprietary method. In addition, the company has a service called Cellaviva, Sweden's first and only IVO-approved stem cell bank for the family-saving of stem cells from umbilical cord blood and umbilical cord tissue.