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Using immunology to fight cancer

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In Phase 1/2 clinical trials for the treatment of patients with metastatic melanoma

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Novel vaccine platform that destroys tumours 

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Cancer Immunotherapy

Cancer remains one of the world’s most significant diseases. A key challenge in the fight against cancer is that many tumours continue to grow by successfully evading the body’s own natural defence mechanism - the immune system. Scancell’s mission is to overcome this breach in our defences by developing products that stimulate the immune system to treat or prevent cancer.

The company, which was founded in 1997 as a spin-out from the University of Nottingham, has secured £23 million funding to date. In December 2006 Scancell sold its pipeline of direct killing monoclonal antibodies to Arana Therapeutics, an Australian biopharmaceutical company. The deal allowed Scancell to focus its efforts entirely on its innovative ImmunoBody® and Moditope® cancer vaccine programmes.

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Biotech and Money Inv€$tival Showcase - 14th November 2017

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Scancell research collaboration deal with European biopharma BioNTech

Cancer immunotherapy specialist Scancell Holdings Plc (LON:SCLP) has entered into a research collaboration agreement with European biopharma BioNTech as the two look to develop innovative T-cell therapies for the treatment of cancer. Scancell Co-Founder and Non-Executive Director Richard Goodfellow tells Proactive why the deal is significant for investors. The research collaboration will combine Scancell’s Moditope immunotherapy platform and BioNTech’s platform technology for high-throughput cloning and characterisation of naturally selected T cell receptors.

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 12:13:00

Cancer Research UK collaboration 'a stunning endorsement' for Scancell

Richard Goodfellow, chief executive of Scancell Holdings Plc (LON:SCLP), tells Proactive Cancer Research UK is to fund and sponsor a Phase I/II clinical trial of their SCIB2 lung cancer vaccine.

Goodfellow says the tie-up is a significant endorsement of their  ImmunoBody platform – the underlying technology behind both SCIB1 and SCIB2 - which helps to prime a patient’s immune system to recognise and kill specific cancer cells.

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 13:21:00

Scancell raises £5mln in 'most successful round they've ever had' - CEO Richard Goodfellow

Richard Goodfellow, chief executive of Scancell Holdings Plc (LON:SCLP) talks through with Proactive Investors their £5mln raise to fund clinical work on their pipeline of cancer immune-therapies.

Fri, 12 May 2017 07:57:00