New User:

-or-
Username:
Password:
Forgot your password?

Stock Market & Financial Investment News

News Breaks
June 16, 2014
08:58 EDTADXSAdvaxis evaluated higher dose, repeat cycles of ADXS-HPV in Phase 1/2 trial
Advaxis announced that the Georgia Regents University, or GRU, Cancer Center has received Institutional Review Board, or IRB, approval to initiate a Phase 1/2 trial evaluating higher doses and repeat cycles of ADXS-HPV in patients with recurrent cervical cancer. The trial will be conducted at GRU under the direction of Dr. Samir Khleif, Director, GRU Cancer Center. ADXS-HPV is Advaxis's lead Lm-LLO cancer immunotherapy product candidate, designed to target HPV-associated cancers. This Phase 1/2 study is designed to evaluate the safety, efficacy and immunological effect of the highest-tolerated dose of ADXS-HPV administered in repeat cycles of treatment to patients with cervical cancer whose disease recurred after receiving one prior cytotoxic treatment regimen. Advaxis's earlier Phase 2 clinical study in 110 women with recurrent cervical cancer had already demonstrated that a single cycle of ADXS-HPV at a dose of 1x109 colony forming units, or CFU, is well-tolerated with complete and partial tumor responses as well as an apparent survival benefit. Building on this data, among the purposes of this study is to evaluate the effect of repeat cycles of treatment of ADXS-HPV at higher doses.
News For ADXS From The Last 14 Days
Sign up for a free trial to see the rest of the stories you've been missing.
February 3, 2016
08:11 EDTADXSAdvaxis' Axalimogene Filolisbac to be developed in Latin America with Stendhal
Advaxis announced that it has entered into a co-development and commercialization agreement with Especificos Stendhal SA de CV, for Advaxis' lead Lm Technology immunotherapy, axalimogene filolisbac, in HPV-associated cancers. Stendhal is a privately held Latin American specialty pharmaceutical company that partners with leading drug companies to deliver effective solutions for life-threatening diseases in Latin American markets. Under the terms of the Agreement, Stendhal will pay $10M toward the expenses of AIM2CERV, a planned global Phase 3 clinical trial in women with high-risk, locally advanced cervical cancer. This payment covers a significant portion of the total planned study costs. Stendhal will also work with Advaxis to complete the clinical trial of axalimogene filolisbac in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, and other investigational sites in Latin American countries. Additionally, Stendhal will manage the regulatory approval process, promotion, commercialization and market access for axalimogene filolisbac in these markets. Advaxis and Stendhal will share profits on a pre-determined basis.

Sign up for a free trial to see the rest of the stories you've been missing.
I agree to the theflyonthewall.com disclaimer & terms of use