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Successful Results for Mymetics Corporation's Mucosal HIV/AIDS Vaccine Viral Challenge Significantly Exceeds Expectations
Date:9/16/2008

lly detailed results as well as the challenge protocols at the next major conference on HIV/AIDS at the Keystone Symposia in Colorado in March 2009.

Reaching completion of the toxicology studies on animals, the company expects to initiate Phase I Human Clinical trials process in November 2008.

"Considering the repeated failures in developing a sustainable AIDS vaccine as widely reported in the press, we are very excited with the outstanding preliminary results of our viral challenge using our latest generation mucosal AIDS vaccine and look forward to a lively discussion on these results at the Keystone Conference" said Christian J. F. Rochet, President and CEO of Mymetics Corporation. "Our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Sylvain Fleury will attend the AIDS vaccine conference in South Africa in October and discuss informally our SHIV/AIDS results with other participants. We expect to release the complete results as well as the independent verification of those results at the Keystone Symposia. According to the WHO, it is estimated that there are over 33 million people living with HIV with a further 2.5 million new infections in 2007 alone. There is clearly an urgent need within the global community for an effective prophylactic AIDS vaccine and our results leave hope that the development of such a vaccine is not an impossible task."

Since 2004 Mymetics has pursued and furthered a mucosa approach that focuses on preventing early HIV entry into the human organism during the first minutes or hours following exposure to the HIV virus. Its success is based on proprietary know how and key intellectual property in matters of antigen engineering and vaccine design that has enabled Mymetics to engineer an effective vaccine candidate in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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Mymetics is a biotechnology company developing prophylactic vaccines that combine innovative antigen engineering, minimal human protein homologies and viros
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