Apeiron Announces Start of a Phase I Trial with a Unique Cellular Anti Cancer Therapy Triggering Immunological Checkpoint Blockade
Apeiron’s project APN401, based on the collection, stimulation and subsequent re-administration of a patient’s immune cells, is being investigated in a clinical phase I trial performed at a renowned, academic medical center in the United States.
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