On March 19, 2023 Triumvira Immunologics ("Triumvira"), a clinical-stage company developing novel, targeted autologous and allogeneic T cell therapeutics that co-opt the natural biology of T cells to treat patients with solid tumors, reported that the Company will be presenting preclinical and clinical data on its lead asset TAC01-HER2 for the treatment of human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) positive solid tumors at the 2023 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) (Free AACR Whitepaper) Annual Meeting taking place in Orlando, April 14-19 (Press release, Triumvira Immunologics, MAR 19, 2023, View Source [SID1234629018]). The presentations will include updated clinical data and product characterization from the ongoing Phase I/II trial of autologous TAC01-HER2 (NCT04727151) in patients with solid tumors and preclinical data on an allogeneic HER2-TAC T cell product.
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"We are pleased to present additional validation of our lead clinical program TAC01-HER2, currently in Phase I/II trials, supporting the efficiency of our proprietary Cocoon platform to manufacture potent autologous TAC01-HER2 cells using leukocytes from cancer patients," said Deyaa Adib, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Triumvira Immunologics. "Interim results will also be presented from our ongoing Phase I/II trial investigating the safety and efficacy of autologous TAC01-HER2 in HER2+ refractory solid tumors demonstrating a favorable safety profile and promising clinical activity as evident by reduction of measurable disease and prevention of fast cancer progression in the majority of patients enrolled in the Phase I trial. Further, we will present new preclinical data from our allogeneic T cell-based products in development demonstrating their potential to avoid graft versus host disease."