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CEL-SCI Corporation Releases Letter to Shareholders
Date:10/5/2009

ery strong immune system, have a very potent inflammatory response, seemingly more active than in young children or older adults. Although it seems illogical, their overactive inflammatory response may put these individuals at higher risk to serious disease due to the damage it causes in trying to eliminate the virus infection.

Influenza vaccines activate immune responses in people that can last for a long time. For a vaccinated individual the vaccine induced immune response can act quickly to stop the reproduction of the virus, limit the spread of the virus and quickly prevent significant virus damage. Currently there are two types of influenza vaccines, a live vaccine and a killed vaccine. A person receiving the Flumist live vaccine is infected with a weakened mixture of influenza viruses that cannot cause serious disease but they activate the immune response to produce T cells that make cytokines to activate T cells and other white blood cells that will kill influenza infected cells and stimulate antibody production. Other influenza vaccines use inactivated virus or the H1 and N1 proteins of the virus to immunize a person and produce only antibodies against the virus. These vaccines take approximately 10 days to produce a protective immune response.

CEL-SCI's DENDRITIC H1N1 TREATMENT

CEL-SCI's dendritic H1N1 treatment, being developed as a treatment for H1N1 hospitalized patients, utilizes the unique LEAPS vaccine technology to convert an individual's white blood cells into cells targeted to killing influenza. The treatment is based on CEL-SCI's L.E.A.P.S. technology. LEAPS vaccines are small proteins that combine a piece of an influenza protein with a small activator protein. The combined protein activates the dendritic cell, a white blood - cell, which presents the influenza protein to the T cell and then tells that T cell with a focused, controlled amount of cytokine, to grow and make the cytokines ne
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