Sunday, August 1, 2021

Tag: CoronaVirus Cure

5 Small-Cap Pharma Stocks to Buy in June

While the COVID-19 pandemic has cast doubt on many investments, pharma stocks have never looked better. The need for novel treatments and therapies is...

Celledex gaining traction on experimental Cancer Vaccine while Avalon Globocare paves...

In other ongoing research looking at cancer vaccines, the Cancer Research Institute, in partnership with the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, is studying a combination of a vaccine with the adjuvants Flt3 ligand and poly-ICLC plus the checkpoint inhibitor nivolumab (Opdivo) and standard-of-care radiation in castrate-resistant prostate cancer. Results are expected in the next six to 12 months, said Jill O’Donnell-Tormey, chief executive officer and director of scientific affairs at the Cancer Research Institute.

Marble Arch Research Report Healixa, Inc. (OTC Pink: EMOR)

COMPANY SUMMARY On June 22, 2020, Emerald Organic Products Inc. (OTCPK: EMOR), a Nevada Corporation, changed its name to Healixa Inc., to reflect the company’s...

Some Experts worry about Next-Generation COVID-19 Vaccines , while they know...

We may find out whether this is going to be a problem sooner than you’d think. Moderna NASDAQ: MRNA is working with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — which helped it design its original Covid vaccine — to test an updated version of its vaccine that targets the variant first spotted in South Africa, B.1.351. That variant appears to be able to evade immune responses triggered by earlier versions of the virus.

Healthcare Technology Disruptor Obtains National Reach

Look at Healixa, Inc. (OTC Pink: EMOR)

A sub 100 million market cap company teams up wit MIT...

Regarding VX-864, its experimental treatment for the rare, inherited lung disease called alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, Vertex said a readout of a Phase 2 study is expected in the first half of the year. Last October, Vertex was forced to shelve its first drug for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency due to liver toxicity. Independent study monitors are taking regular looks at the safety data from the ongoing VX-864 study, and to date, patient enrollment continues, Vertex said Monday.

Skeptics grow impatient awaiting Cel-Sci to release there Phase 3 data...

No legitimate reason exists for Cel-Sci to be taking this long, even accounting for Covid. The simple truth is Cel-Sci is trying to bury Multikine’s negative results, as it did previously when independent monitors tried to shut the study down twice, or when the FDA halted the study citing an “unreasonable and significant risk of illness or injury to human subjects.”

Amgen’s KRAS Cancer Drug slumps while a much smaller player makes...

Although the company did a poor job answering questions last week — Why suddenly study a lower dose of sotorasib if the higher dose is fine? Did the FDA discover something bad in sotorasib’s safety profile during its review? — it insisted there was nothing wrong with the 960 mg dose of sotorasib. Amgen also said it was the FDA that proposed looking at the efficacy and safety of a lower dose as a “post-marketing requirement” — meaning, presumably, after the higher dose was already approved.

Five things to consider about referring patients for CAR-T cell therapy,...

This program ensures the treatment centers and HCPs administering Kymriah are prepared to manage CRS and neurological toxicities. In follow up analyses of the JULIET clinical study, the Kymriah safety profile has remained consistent.1,3,4 The most common adverse reactions (incidence >20%) were CRS, infections-pathogen unspecified, diarrhea, nausea, pyrexia, fatigue, hypotension, edema, and headache.

iTeos Therapeutics debuts first data on TIGIT-targeting cancer immunotherapy, while Avalon...

iTeos presented the EOS-448 Phase 1 study results at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research on Saturday. The TIGIT class of immunotherapy drugs is drawing a lot of attention from academia, industry, and investors because of its potential to greatly expand the pool of patients who might benefit from so-called checkpoint inhibitors.