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July 21, 2023 | In the News

PHARMA'S ALMANAC: Christopher Haqq, M.D., Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Head of Research and Development and Chief Medical Officer, Elicio Therapeutics. "As an oncologist, waiting with patients who’d undergone chemotherapy and surgery for mKRAS-driven tumors to see if they’d relapse left me feeling helpless — I wanted to do more than wait and see. "

July 12, 2023 | In the News

ONCLIVE: Despite the high prevalence of KRAS mutations in pancreatic cancers, a limited number of cases harbor an actionable point mutation. Unlike other tumors where variants in KRAS, such as G12C, are more prominent, explorations into the more common subtypes in pancreatic cancer have begun to provide more guidance for therapeutic development as significant differences in survival outcomes come to light.

July 5, 2023 | In the News
GENETIC ENGINEERING BIOTECHNOLOGY NEWS: The use of engineered T cells to destroy cancer cells has been successful in treating some types of cancer, such as leukemia and lymphoma. However, adoptive cell therapy using chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells hasn’t worked as well for solid tumors.
June 23, 2023 | Publication

Peter DeMuth, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Elicio Therapeutics
Koch Institute Symposia: Cancer Vaccines
June 23, 2023

June 6, 2023 | In the News
THE PHARMA LETTER: Along with the big pharma players showing off the potential of their cancer drugs at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), biotech companies have been making their presence felt, too.
June 6, 2023 | In the News
THE DAILY MAIL: An off-the-shelf cancer vaccine could help prevent relapse in patients with two of the deadliest and fastest-rising cancers in the world. The shot is designed for patients whose cancers are caused by the KRAS mutation, which accounts for up to nine in 10 cases of the disease.
June 5, 2023 | In the News
BIOTECH TV: Anirban Maitra and Shubham Pant from MD Anderson tell us what targets and approaches look promising in pancreatic cancer.