First Phase III Data For Inovio's Immunotherapy VGX-3100 Encouraging In Cervical Dysplasia
Withdrawals Affect ITT But Not mITT Analysis
Inovio Pharmaceuticals has reported promising initial data from its first Phase III study of its electrical current-driven DNA plasmid-based immunotherapy, VGX-3100, in virus-associated cervical dysplasia; it is heading a small group of companies evaluating novel therapies in the condition, which often advances to cancer.
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