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This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed May 4, 2009.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-K filed Mar 2, 2009.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Oct 29, 2008.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

 

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This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Jul 30, 2008.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Apr 30, 2008.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

These excerpts taken from the VPHM 10-K filed Feb 28, 2008.

Financing

We have an effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $39 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

Financing

We have an
effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $39 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the
flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

STYLE="margin-top:12px;margin-bottom:0px">If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms
obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional
capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may
limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other
factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce
patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.


This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Oct 31, 2007.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our current indebtedness, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Aug 1, 2007.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our current indebtedness, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed May 2, 2007.

Financing

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our current indebtedness, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

 

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This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-K filed Feb 28, 2007.

Financing

We have an effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $39 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Nov 7, 2006.

Financing

We have an effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $39 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Aug 2, 2006.

Financing

We have an effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $39 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

Additionally, Wyeth is required to purchase our common stock at the time of successful completion of certain product development events pursuant to the terms of our collaboration agreement. However, in the event we are not able to successfully achieve the product development events, this additional financing would not be available to us.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed May 5, 2006.

Financing

We have an effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $39 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

Additionally, Wyeth is required to purchase our common stock at the time of successful completion of certain product development events pursuant to the terms of our collaboration agreement. However, in the event we are not able to successfully achieve the product development events, this additional financing would not be available to us.

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

 

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This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-K filed Mar 2, 2006.

Financing

 

We have an effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $39 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

 

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

 

Additionally, Wyeth is required to purchase our common stock at the time of successful completion of certain product development events pursuant to the terms of our collaboration agreement. However, in the event we are not able to successfully achieve the product development events, this additional financing would not be available to us.

 

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our prior lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

 

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

 

This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Nov 8, 2005.

Financing

 

We have an effective Form S-3 universal shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the potential additional issuance of up to approximately $212.0 million of our securities. The registration statement provides us with the flexibility to determine the type of security we choose to sell, including common stock, preferred stock, warrants and debt securities, as well as the ability to time such sales when market conditions are favorable.

 

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

 

Additionally, Wyeth is required to purchase our common stock at the time of successful completion of certain product development events pursuant to the terms of our collaboration agreement. However, in the event we are not able to successfully achieve the product development events, this additional financing would not be available to us.

 

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our existing lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

 

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our operating results, our outstanding indebtedness, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

 

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This excerpt taken from the VPHM 10-Q filed Aug 4, 2005.

Financing

 

If we raise additional capital by issuing equity securities, the terms and prices for these financings may be much more favorable to the new investors than the terms obtained by our existing stockholders. These financings also may significantly dilute the ownership of existing stockholders.

 

Additionally, Wyeth is required to purchase our common stock at the time of successful completion of certain product development events pursuant to the terms of our collaboration agreement. However, in the event we are not able to successfully achieve the product development events, this additional financing would not be available to us.

 

If we raise additional capital by accessing debt markets, the terms and pricing for these financings may be much more favorable to the new lenders than the terms obtained from our existing lenders. These financings also may require liens on certain of our assets that may limit our flexibility.

 

Additional equity or debt financing, however, may not be available on acceptable terms from any source as a result of, among other factors, our outstanding indebtedness, our inability to achieve regulatory approval of any of our product candidates, our inability to generate revenue through our existing collaborative agreements, and our inability to file, prosecute, defend and enforce patent claims and or other intellectual property rights. If sufficient additional financing is not available, we may need to delay, reduce or eliminate current development programs, or reduce or eliminate other aspects of our business.

 

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