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A broad range of unmet needs remains in the immuno-oncology space

Pharmaceutical Technology

The most widely utilised IO class is immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs), which work by blocking the inhibitory interactions between tumour cells and T-cells, facilitating an anti-tumour immune response. There are more than 20 marketed ICIs with approvals across a very wide spectrum of solid tumour indications.

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mRNA Cancer Vaccines and Therapies: An Overview


Adoptive T Cell therapies, therapeutic antibodies, and immunomodulatory proteins represent just some of the potentially beneficial treatment strategies for successful mRNA cancer trials. Adoptive T Cell Therapies Adoptive T cell therapy is another form of cancer treatment leveraging the patient’s immune system.


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AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Shows High Efficacy


Severe cases of the infection did not occur among trial participants, nor were any hospitalizations reported. The global trials are assessing the safety and efficacy of the vaccine in individuals aged 18 years or over from diverse racial and geographic groups who are healthy or have stable underlying medical conditions.

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Spotlighting Lupus Awareness Month: CAR-T Technology Creates New Avenues for Treatment of a Devastating Disease

WCG Clinical

CAR-T Cells Target Harmful B Cells in Lupus CAR-T cell technology, which uses genetic engineering to direct white blood cells to attack specific molecular targets, was originally proposed for treatment of HIV infection and hematological malignancies. WCG has many ways to support cell and gene therapy clinical trials for lupus.

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Novavax Announces Agreement with Government of New Zealand for 10.7 Million Doses of COVID-19 VaccineAdvance purchase agreement signed for NVX-CoV2373, Novavax’ adjuvanted protein vaccine candidate

The Pharma Data

Currently in Phase 3 clinical testing in the United Kingdom for the prevention of COVID-19, NVX-CoV2373 is a recombinant protein vaccine adjuvanted with Novavax’ proprietary Matrix-M to enhance the immune response. NVX-CoV2373 is being evaluated in an ongoing Phase 3 trial in the U.K. and Australia. About Matrix-M.

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Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine Granted Fast Track Designation by U.S. FDA

The Pharma Data

“While the regulatory review of this clinical program will be expedited, Novavax remains committed to a data-driven and scientifically rigorous approach in demonstrating safety and efficacy, which we believe will support confidence in the vaccine in the U.S. and globally.”. About NVX-CoV2373. and Australia.

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Novavax Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Development Progress

The Pharma Data

Two of the three planned late-stage efficacy trials for NVX-CoV2373 sponsored by Novavax are fully enrolled, and more than 20,000 participants have been dosed to-date. In alignment with Novavax’ commitment to transparency, Phase 3 clinical trial protocols are posted to the company’s website at upon finalization.