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Targovax receives Fast Track designation

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Targovax announced earlier this summer that its lead clinical candidate ONCOS-102 has received Fast Track designation in PD-1-refractory advanced melanoma from the US FDA.

The US FDA has granted Fast Track designation to ONCOS-102 based on the current pre-clinical and clinical data package, including mechanistic evidence showing an association between ONCOS-102-induced immune activation and tumor responses.

Securing yet another Fast Track designation

Receiving this designation is an endorsement by the US FDA of the strength and importance of the ONCOS-102 data package in PD-1-refractory advanced melanoma, states the company. This Fast Track approval comes in addition to ONCOS-102’s existing Fast Track designation in malignant pleural mesothelioma.

“Securing yet another Fast Track designation is a strong endorsement of the potential for ONCOS-102 to benefit a patient population with high unmet medical need. Fast Track simplifies and expedites the regulatory interactions and review process, and further supports the rationale for initiating a Phase 2 trial to target accelerated approval for ONCOS-102 in PD-1-refractory advanced melanoma,” says Ingunn Munch Lindvig, VP Regulatory Affairs of Targovax.

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