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Revolutionary Immunologic Data Explains Function of Diamyd Diabetes,Vaccine

ing Discovery
“This is the first time it has been demonstrated that stimulating the immune system with an autoantigen, such as GAD65, produces a lasting immunological response, even up to 15 months after the initial vaccination”, stated Anders Essen-Möller, President of Diamyd Medical. ”Moreover, the results are consistent with what is expected according to the prevailing theory of how to treat autoimmune disease. This means that the successful clinical effect of Diamyd® administration is starting to be explained immunologically”.

Presentation of Additional Immunological Data and Type II Study Results
Additional immunological data from the type 1 diabetes study will be presented in the latter part of June at the American Diabetes Association Convention (ADA) in Chicago. Importantly, results from a separate clinical study with the Diamyd vaccine in 160 patients with autoimmune type 2 diabetes (LADA) are also planned to be presented at the same ADA Convention.

Initiation of Phase III Clinical Trials
Diamyd plans to initiate phase III studies in newly onset type 1 diabetics later this year. The US study will take place under the direction of Professor Jerry Palmer, and the Principal Investigator of the European study will be Professor Ludvigsson.

About Diamyd Medical:
Diamyd Medical is a life science company developing treatments for diabetes and its complications. The company’s furthest developed project is the GAD-based drug Diamyd® for autoimmune diabetes. Diamyd® has demonstrated significant and positive results in Phase II clinical trials in both type 1 and autoimmune type 2 diabetes patients (LADA) in Sweden.

GAD65, a major autoantigen in autoimmune diabetes, is the active substance in Diamyd®. GAD65 is also an enzyme that converts the excitatory neurotransmitter glutamate to the inhibitory transmitter GABA. In this context GAD may have an important rol
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