SAN DIEGO – January 7, 2014 — OncoSec Medical Inc. (OTCQB: ONCS), a biotechnology company developing its advanced-stage ImmunoPulse DNA-based immunotherapy to treat solid tumors, today announced that Punit Dhillon, President and CEO, will provide a corporate update at Biotech Showcase 2014; one of the world’s largest life sciences conferences held annually in San Francisco.
The presentation is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, January 14 at 2:30 p.m. PST at the Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco–Union Square, located at 55 Cyril Magnin Street. A live webcast will be available by visiting the following link: http://www.media-server.com/m/p/byw47js4.
About Biotech Showcase 2014
Biotech Showcase™ is an investor and partnering conference devoted to providing private and public biotechnology and life sciences companies with an opportunity to present to, and meet with, investors and pharmaceutical executives in one place during the course of one of the industry’s largest annual healthcare investor conferences. Investors and biopharmaceutical executives from around the world gather in San Francisco during this critical week, which is widely viewed as setting the tone for the coming year.
Now in its sixth year, Biotech Showcase is expected to attract upwards of 1,700 attendees. The program includes lunch plenary sessions featuring top industry leaders and innovators speaking on industry and time-relevant topics, as well as presentations from both private and public companies.
In OncoSec’s active pursuit of knowledge in the cancer and biotech realms, we come across a vast number of articles that we believe exhibit strong signs of importance, within our industry. While we regularly share some of these with our online community, we would like to start highlighting certain news articles, study data, and other materials. Here are three articles we are currently reading:
Many conditions and diseases are more likely to occur at an older age. Lifetime risk factors, the deterioration of the body and immune system, and a lack of diet and fitness regiments all add up to a greatly increased risk of diseases such as cancer. While society is making leaps and bounds in medical advancements, new treatment methods and life prolonging procedures invented in the biotech industry take an enormous amount of funding. In Canada, the very rapidly aging population is especially in need of biotech advancements – now more than ever.