Data from OncoSec Medical clinical studies to be presented at DNA Vaccines 2012 Conference

Published on December 4, 2012 at 7:15 AM · No Comments

OncoSec Medical Inc. (OTCBB: ONCS), a company developing its advanced-stage ImmunoPulse DNA-based immunotherapy and NeoPulse therapy to treat solid tumor cancers, announced it will be presenting at the DNA Vaccines 2012 Conference at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort in San Diego, California. OncoSec is a Silver Sponsor of the conference.

The Company will conduct two presentations within the Cancer Immune Therapy Track on Thursday, December 6:

From 11:30 AM-12:00 PM PT, Richard Heller, Ph.D., director of the Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics at Old Dominion University, will speak on "Gene Electrotransfer for the Enhanced Delivery of Immunomodulating Agents." In this presentation, Dr. Heller will present data on electroporation and delivery of plasmids for cancer immunotherapy, a technology used in OncoSec's ImmunoPulse therapy.    

From 12:00 PM-12:30 PM PT, Adil Daud, M.D., clinical professor of medicine and dermatology and director of the melanoma program at the University of California, San Francisco, will speak on "Clinical Studies of Melanoma Therapy." In this presentation, Dr. Daud will be reviewing previously presented interim data from OncoSec's ongoing Phase II trial for metastatic melanoma for which he is principal investigator.

The DNA Vaccines Conference brings in an array of researchers from all corners of the world to present new cutting-edge discoveries in DNA vaccines that have never before been presented or published at any other meeting.

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OncoSec Medical Incorporated

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