NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – August 19, 2015) - Immune Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: IMNP) CEO Dr. Daniel Teper took time to update investors on the company’s recent license agreement for AmiKet Nano as well as initiation of two Phase II clinical studies with bertilimumab, their lead monoclonal antibody. The first study targets ulcerative colitis and the second study is in bullous pemphigoid which is an autoimmune skin disease. In addition, Dr. Teper discussed some of the other indications and possible applications for bertilimumab and talked about IMNP’s seasoned management team. He stated that the company expects further clinical data in the next six to eighteen months.
TapImmune Inc. (OTCQB: TPIV) CEO Dr. Glynn Wilson discussed the company’s Phase I trial for the vaccine TPIV100, which showed positive immune response data in 19 of 20 HER2/neu breast cancer patients. This comes on the heels of a successful Phase I trial of a folate receptor alpha vaccine, TPIV200, for ovarian and triple negative breast cancer. Dr. Wilson touched on TPIV’s licensing agreement with Mayo Clinic for TPIV200 and went over the structure of the company’s new financing. He also discussed recent additions to TapImmune’s board of directors and spoke on key trends in immunotherapy in relation to the company.
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