Our scientists are developing technology that combines anti-cancer therapies, including immunotherapy, in a single agent to directly target cancer tumors. This type of agent is capable of greater potency, higher specificity, and less toxicity than the many therapies that can also attack healthy cells.
The thrust of our current efforts is to combine our agents with other immunotherapeutics, such as checkpoint inhibitors, to achieve greater overall response rates and durable responses in patients than are currently observed in the clinic.
Advanced Proteome Therapeutics appoints Dr. Randal Chase to its board
Advanced Proteome Therapeutics reports on warrant exercise
Advanced Proteome Therapeutics’ lead compound inhibits metastasis in breast cancer tumor model
APC reports successful fusion protein initiative which retards tumor growth in an animal model
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