Monday, February 20, 2023

BioNTech anticipates that cancer vaccine trials in the United Kingdom will begin this year

BioNTech sees UK trials on cancer vaccines starting this year


BERLIN: Clinical preliminaries for BioNTech's disease immunizations ought to begin this year in England, denoting a significant stage towards their conceivable deal on the open market, the German organization's top chief Ugur Sahin told magazine Der Spiegel.

Sahin stated that BioNTech, which is well-known for its COVID vaccine and its partnership with Pfizer in the United States, is currently deciding which types of cancer it wants to test its personalized cancer immunotherapies on and where it will conduct the trials.

The organization needs these treatments, which depend on courier RNA (mRNA) innovation like the one that supports its Coronavirus immunization, to before long turn into an ordinary therapy for malignant growth patients.

Sahin stated, "We believe that this should be possible for a large number of patients before 2030."

He said that the technology for this kind of therapy has come a long way.

"In 2014, it took us three to six months to develop an individual cancer vaccine; now, it takes us four to six weeks." Our goal is to complete it in significantly less than four weeks.

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