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Neuartige Krebsimmuntherapie für den Beginn klinischer Studien bereit
Date:4/16/2013

LAWRENCEBURG, Indiana, 17. April 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Die PDS Biotechnology Corporation präsentierte auf dem World Vaccine Congress in Washington DC heute eine Zusammenfassung präklinischer Daten, die das Unternehmen zu seiner führenden Krebsimmuntherapie PDS0101 zusammengestellt hat. Das Produkt beruht auf der bahnbrechenden und proprietären Nanotechnologie-Impfstoff-Plattform Versamune™ des Unternehmens. Überdies gab PDS Biotechnology bekannt, dass die FDA dem IND-Antrag (Investigational New Drug) des Unternehmens zugestimmt hat und PDS0101 fortan an menschlichen Patienten getestet werden darf.

PDS0101 ist eine erstklassige Immuntherapie, die zur Behandlung von Krebs und Infektionskrankheiten im Zusammenhang mit dem humanen Papillomvirus entwickelt wird, darunter Gebärmutterhalskrebs, Kopf- und Halskrebs sowie zervikale intraepitheliale Neoplasien. Präsident und CEO Dr. Frank Bedu-Addo präsentierte äußerst vielversprechende präklinische Daten zur Wirksamkeit und Sicherheit des Produkts. Diese belegen, dass Tumoren ohne die typischen Sicherheitsbedenken aktueller immuntherapeutischer Verfahren beseitigt werden können. PDS0101 ist auf eine Stärkung des Immunsystems ausgelegt, sodass Zellen des körpereigenen Immunsystems zur gezielten Erkennung, Zielerfassung und Abtötung spezifischer Krebszellen eingesetzt werden können. Darüber hinaus ist PDS0101 auch auf eine Senkung der Anzahl bestimmter immunsuppressiver Zellen ausgelegt, die unser Immunsystem daran hindern, Krebszellen aufzuspüren und direkt anzugreifen. „Sollten die präklinischen Ergebnisse im Rahmen klinischer Untersuchungen reproduziert werden können, würde dies bei der Entwicklung von sicheren und wirksamen Krebstherapien einen gigantischen Schritt nach vorn bedeuten", so Frank
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