Imugene (ASX; IMU) is an immuno-oncology focused biopharmaceutical company developing HER-2+ gastric and breast cancer immunotherapies. Our mission is to build a pipeline of B-cell peptide cancer vaccines.
View Imugene CEO Leslie Chong presenting at the 9th Annual Biotech Showcase, San Francisco 9 Jan 17 (click here) and being interviewed on Edison TV Executive Interviews Mar 17 (click here). View interview on Sky Business News (14 July 2015) (click here) and presentation (click here) by Imugene Director Dr Axel Hoos.
Our lead product is HER-Vaxx, a proprietary therapeutic cancer immunotherapy that stimulates a polyclonal antibody response to HER-2/neu, the same biomarker targeted by the $US6.9 billion per annum drug Herceptin®.
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Click here to view video that introduces HER-Vaxx and explains how it works
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Click here to view Leslie Chong interview with Medicalreserach.com "Imugene Building Pipeline of B Cell Peptide Cancer Vaccines".
Click here to read "What's Hot & What's Not in Immuno-Oncology Licensing. Dr Axel Hoos is interviewed as part of an expert panel.
HER-Vaxx has successfully completed a Phase 1 study in breast cancer and the next stage of development will be a Phase 2 study in gastric cancer. Gastric or stomach cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in the world and the fourth most commonly diagnosed cancer, with over 1,000,000 new cases diagnosed each year.
HER-Vaxx has shown success in stimulating the production of lifesaving HER-2 antibodies in early-stage cancer patients enrolled in the initial clinical trial. Its further development is directed towards providing a natural, potentially more potent alternative to Roche’s popular injectable antibody, Herceptin®, which has become one of the world’s bestselling cancer drugs with annual sales in excess of $US6.9 billion (CHF6.08 billion, Roche Investor Update 30/1/14).
Imugene’s corporate headquarters are located in Melbourne, Australia with the scientific team in Vienna, Austria.