Immodulon, Pioneers in Immuno-oncology
“Our Mission is to improve the lives of patients suffering from life-threatening cancers through novel therapies that boost their immune response and improve the performance of their cancer treatment, enabling them to live happier, healthier and longer lives.”
Immodulon is dedicated to developing novel, safe and effective immunotherapy treatments for cancer patients. We believe that our lead candidate, the immunomodulator IMM-101, will become the backbone therapy across multiple tumour types in combination with any of the four major pillars of cancer therapy: immunotherapy, chemotherapy, radio/ablation therapy and surgery.
IMM-101 is being investigated in a broad clinical programme, these are either Immodulon Sponsored, or Investigator Sponsored Studies.
- ADVANCED PANCREATIC CANCER (PHASE II)
- ADVANCED MELANOMA (PHASE I/II)
- COLORECTAL CANCER (PHASE I/II)
- SARCOMA (PHASE I/II)
- COVID-19 (PHASE III)
IMM-101 and COVID-19
IMM-101, having demonstrated the ability to induce innate immune responses in cancer patients, is being evaluated in a Phase III clinical trial for COVID-19 in cancer patients.
Latest from Immodulon
Immodulon announces Notice of Allowance for U.S. Patent Application related to IMM-101 in combination with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors
Presentation on different technologies to assess the impact of IMM-101 on the immune system in the approved phase 3 clinical trial for COVID-19 in cancer patients Uxbridge, UK – 4th August 2020 – Immodulon, the Immuno-oncology company, today announces that a...
Immodulon announces allowability of claims for key European patent application related to lead drug candidate, IMM-101, in combination with immune checkpoint inhibitors
Immodulon announces allowability of claims for key European patent application related to lead drug candidate, IMM-101, in combination with immune checkpoint inhibitors Claims cover IMM-101 in combination with any anti-PD-L1, anti-PD1 or anti-CLTA-4 monoclonal...
First patient enrolled in a phase I/II study for IMM-101 in limited metastatic pancreatic cancer patients at Erasmus University Medical Center
First patient enrolled in a phase I/II study for IMM-101 in limited metastatic pancreatic cancer patients at Erasmus University Medical Center Erasmus MC initiates recruitment for new investigator-sponsored phase I/II study to investigate the safety and efficacy of...