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November 9, 2012
05:27 EDTGSK, AGENGlaxo's Phase 3 Malaria Vaccine Candidate with Agenus' QS-21 shows efficacy
Agenus (AGEN) announced the second complete set of results from the Phase 3 trial of GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) RTS,S malaria vaccine candidate -- also known as Mosquirix -- which contains Agenus' QS-21 Stimulon adjuvant, were published online in the New England Journal of Medicine and announced at the International Vaccines for Africa Conference in Cape Town, South Africa. QS-21 Stimulon is a component of AS01, one of GSK's proprietary adjuvant systems used in RTS,S. The Phase 3 study met its primary endpoint and demonstrates statistically significant protection against clinical and severe malaria in infants. Agenus is entitled to receive milestone payments as QS-21-containing programs advance, as well as royalties for 10 years after commercial launch, with some exceptions.
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06:04 EDTGSKGSK won't pursue divestment of certain brands in established products portfolio
As announced at the company’s Q2 results in July, GSK started a process to consider the divestment of certain North American and European brands in its Established Products Portfolio.The company has evaluated all bids received and has concluded, consistent with its key criteria of maximizing shareholder value, not to pursue divestment of these products.

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