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CEL-SCI Study Shows CEL-2000 Vaccine Blocks Progression of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Date:2/22/2010

CEL-2000, administered after disease (RA) symptoms had started, prevented, in a statistically significant manner, the further development  of arthritic conditions, including joint swelling and deformation, bone and cartilage changes and was accompanied by serum cytokine alterations over the CEL-2000 treatment period with comparable or better activity than the well accepted etanercept (Enbrel®) therapy.  The mode of action is very consistent with the findings of induction of IL-12 followed by interferon gamma and an inhibition of TNF-alpha and IL-17 production. TNF-alpha and IL-17 are both key cytokines for induction of the pathology seen in rheumatoid arthritis and TNF-alpha is the target of many current RA therapies such as Enbrel, Remicaid, and Humaria.  The protection effect mediated by CEL-2000 treatment against RA was also demonstrated histologically with significant reductions in:   1) inflammation, 2) cartilage destruction, 3) bone resorption, and 4) pannus membrane formation in the synovial space compared to untreated controls.

Geert Kersten, Chief Executive Officer of CEL-SCI said, "These experimental results were achieved through a reduction of the inflammatory response that is known to attack the patients' joints.  The mode of action of CEL-2000 in RA appears to be similar to our new investigational therapy for H1N1 hospitalized patients, as it attempts to avoid the excess TNF-alpha and other pro-inflammatory cytokines.  We feel that this new data is encouraging both for this rheumatoid arthritis vaccine as well as in support of our H1N1 treatment currently under develop
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