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Cancer Vaccines

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Gates Foundation puts $52M behind CureVac, following Sanofi, Boehringer's lead

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced this week it's betting on CureVac, a move both Sanofi and Boehringer Ingelheim made last year, committing to an mRNA technology designed to make vaccines less expensive and easier to make.

Bristol-Myers bets $1B on Bavarian Nordic cancer vaccine

After a handful of large-scale monotherapy flops for cancer vaccines, many companies now think pairing them up as part of immunotherapy combos might be the way to go. And immuno-oncology pioneer Bristol-Myers Squibb just made a big bet that that's the case.

Aduro, BMS cancer vaccine combo to start Phase II

In another step forward for cancer vaccine combos, Aduro Biotech announced Thursday that an investigator-led Phase II trial of its GVAX and CRS-207 for pancreatic cancer with Opdivo, Bristol-Myers Squibb's PD-1 drug, would begin.

Valeant touts PhII Provenge data following Dendreon buy

Valeant only just picked up Provenge and other assets from bankrupt Dendreon, but it's already trumpeting positive preliminary data for the flailing cancer vaccine. On Wednesday, it announced Phase II results showing that the immune response from Provenge continues two years after biochemically recurrent prostate cancer patients complete treatment.

Combo of Bavarian Nordic's Prostvac and BMS' Yervoy yields promising PhI results

On Tuesday, Bavarian Nordic announced positive survival data from a Phase I combination study of its active prostate cancer immunotherapy candidate Prostvac and Bristol-Myers Squibb's Yervoy (ipilimumab), an immune checkpoint inhibitor.

Advaxis nets $23M in financing for cancer vaccine development

Advaxis is pushing full steam ahead to test its cancer vaccine candidates in immunotherapy combos, and it just scored another $23 million to help its hopefuls through the clinic.

Advaxis inks pact with Incyte to test cervical cancer vaccine combo

Advaxis, on a partnering spree after joining with Merck and AstraZeneca to test its cancer vaccine candidates in immunotherapy combos, has teamed up with Incyte to trial one of its prospects in cervical cancer.

UPDATED: Valeant grabs Provenge and other Dendreon assets with raised $400M bid

It's official: Valeant will be the new owner of Dendreon's Provenge.

Dendreon lands stalking-horse bid for Provenge from serial acquirer Valeant

Bankrupt Dendreon has finally found a taker for its flailing cancer vaccine, Provenge. It seems serial acquirer Valeant is ready to foray into oncology--and thinks it can turn the therapy around.

Serum Institute of India poses challenge to Merck HPV vaccine

The Serum Institute of India, the world's fifth largest vaccinemaker by volume, is eyeing newer vaccines, including one for the human papillomavirus expected to be launched by late 2018 and sell at a third of the price of Merck & Co.'s blockbuster Gardasil, Bloomberg reported.