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June 23, 2014
05:20 EDTINOInovio initiates cervical cancer clinical trial
Inovio Pharmaceuticals announced it has initiated a phase I/IIa clinical trial to evaluate safety, immunogenicity, clinical responses and disease-free survival of its DNA immunotherapy product, INO-3112, in treating human papillomavirus-associated cervical cancer. INO-3112 is a combination of Inovio's immunotherapy product, VGX-3100, and its immune activator expressing interleukin-12. VGX-3100 is currently being evaluated in a randomized phase II efficacy trial for the treatment of high grade cervical dysplasia.
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July 23, 2015
08:18 EDTINOInovio, EORTC to collaborate on Phase 2 cervical cancer trial
Inovio announced it is collaborating with the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer, or EORTC, to evaluate Inovio's immunotherapy, INO-3112, in combination with traditional chemo-radiotherapy for the treatment of patients with locally advanced stage cervical cancer. The trial, primarily funded by the EORTC, is expected to begin by the end of the year. A partnership with the EORTC will offer Inovio clinical trial efficiency and speed in recruiting patients in Europe and in obtaining and analyzing results. The EORTC encompasses all aspects of cancer research, from translational research and new drug development to large phase III clinical trials and meta-analyses. EORTC is the only organization which carries out clinical studies throughout Europe for all types of cancer. Collaboration with the EORTC also leverages their connections to a network of more than 2,500 pre-clinical scientists and oncologists in more than 300 hospitals in over 30 countries.

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