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Recent news from Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc., a small-cap biotech developing immunotherapeutic vaccines that target cancer and infectious diseases like news-making viruses Ebola and Zika, has prompted Piper Jaffray analyst Charles Duncan to reiterate his thesis for investment in the company.
Biotech and medtech startups are not confined to the U.S. and Europe. Unmet medical needs exist all over the globe, and they create a powerful vacuum that sucks in bright minds and risk-taking capitalists. Australia is a good example: The regulatory environment supports first-in-human experimentation and entrepreneurship. Healthcare Analyst Dennis Hulme of Edison Investment Research is headquartered in Sydney, and in this interview with The Life Sciences Report, he cites a group of Australian medtech and biotech names that investors should look at very carefully.
Immune Pharmaceuticals Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focusing on the treatment of immuno-inflammatory diseases and cancer. The company has several active clinical programs, led by bertilimumab, a first-in-class, fully human IgG4 monoclonal antibody, which is currently in Phase 2 clinical trials for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and skin disorders. Immune Pharma also has a growing presence in immuno-oncology, with the goal to create a fully sustained oncology subsidiary in the near future. In this article for The Life Sciences Report, analyst Jason Napodano digs into the company's pipeline and investment potential.
|"We believe this newer Alzheimer's theory creates a path to develop a unique disease-modifying Alzheimer's treatment, PMN's PMN310, which has best-in-class potential."|
|RP's Phase 1/2a trial for tendon repair in chronic Achilles tendinosis met its goal and established a complete safety profile at six months that showed no serious adverse events."|
|"INO announced the publication of two preclinical studies of the company's plasmid DNA-encoded monoclonal antibody constructs in treating cancer and preventing infection from a pneumonia-causing bacteria."|