No, all I know is what I posted. My guess is that type of thing is still being worked out. I do know that a site usually doesn't list itself until all the paperwork has been done and the contracts signed.
As to your other questions, I don't have the answers, others probably know. To be honest, I don't think this has moved that quickly. Cyclophosphamide has been used for years, just not in the doses used in Revimmune. And Stony Brook was doing experiments before Hopkins. I don't think the number of patients treated with Revimmune so far is that large. And a phase III trial would be the next logical step, since cytoxan has been FDA approved and is already in use.