OncoSec Phase IV Study Demonstrates Potential as Surgery Alternative

OncoSec Phase IV Study Demonstrates Potential as Surgery Alternative

23 April 2012,   By ,   0 Comments

OncoSec releases Phase IV study data demonstrating that chemotherapy delivered by electroporation compares favorably to standard outcomes associated with surgery for patients with head and neck cancer.

The study demonstrates local tumor control in 94% of primary and 57% of recurrent tumors as well as enhanced quality of life for patients treated via electroporation using the OncoSec Medical System (OMS). Data is taken from 81 subjects in a Phase IV study of primary and locally recurrent squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck, each of whom was treated with OMS in a European trial. In terms of both tumor control and overall quality of life, the OMS system compares favorably to surgical intervention.


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