OncoSec Medical Inc. entered into a clinical trial collaboration and supply agreement with Merck to evaluate the combination of OncoSec’s TAVO and Merck’s anti-PD-1 therapy KEYTRUDA® (pembrolizumab), a registered trademark of Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. in a phase 2b clinical trial, referred to as PISCES/KEYNOTE-695.
OncoSec has entered into a collaboration with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a world-leading cancer research and treatment institution, and The Marasco Laboratory, a cutting-edge CAR T-cell research laboratory led by Wayne Marasco, M.D., Ph.D., to develop CAR T-cell therapies for triple-negative breast cancer and other solid tumor cancers.
OncoSec Medical Incorporated initiated a research collaboration with Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center to evaluate the use of Roswell Park’s intravital microscopy (IVM) and OncoSec’s proprietary plasmid, TAVOPLUS, in combination with the recently announced APOLLO™ electroporation generator in preclinical studies.
OncoSec Medical Incorporated and Emerge Health, the leading Australian company providing full registration, reimbursement, sales, marketing and distribution services of therapeutic products in Australia and New Zealand, entered into a collaboration agreement commercializing OncoSec’s proprietary TAVO (enhanced IL-12 DNA-plasmid) and making it available under Australia’s Special Access Scheme (SAS).
OncoSec Medical Incorporated and Duke University School of Medicine, today announced that they have entered into a collaborative research agreement to evaluate the use of OncoSec’s proprietary TAVOPLUS (enhanced IL-12 DNA-plasmid) in combination or sequence with a HER2-plasmid vaccine administered with OncoSec’s novel intratumoral delivery system. The research will be led by Herbert Kim Lyerly, M.D., George Barth Geller Professor, Professor of Immunology, Surgery and Pathology at Duke University School of Medicine.
OncoSec Medical Incorporated announced a triple combination clinical trial of OncoSec’s TAVO™, epacadostat, and KEYTRUDA® in patients with squamous cell carcinoma head and neck (SCCHN) cancer. This study, the “TRIFECTA” study, will be conducted by the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.