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Aussie's US cancer milestone

Posted 20 May 2022 AM

Imugene has finally moved its novel cancer-killing virus therapy Vaxinia into clinical trials and has high hopes it can make MSD's PD-1 inhibitor Keytruda more effective in solid tumours.

The Sydney-based company acquired global exclusive license rights to the oncolytic virus technology developed by researchers at City of Hope, a world-renowned cancer research and treatment organisation in Los Angeles back in 2019.

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