Phase II of Clinical Studies of SOTIO Ovarian Program Has Its First Patient

Last week was into the clinical trials of Phase II of the ovarian programme successfully enrolled the first patient. The patient was accepted into the SOV02 trials by doctors from the Ostrava University Hospital. According to information from cooperating Czech medical centres, further patients should be joining within the next few days. After obtaining all regulatory approvals, SOTIO expects to start enrolling patients also in Germany and Poland in early 2014.


SOTIO Supports Local Prostate Cancer Awareness Day in Boston

On Thursday, September 12th, Sotio will be joining forces with esteemed Massachusetts state legislators, patient advocacy groups, and local Boston athletes in an effort to urge legislators to recognize prostate cancer as a public health priority. Sponsored since 2009 by the AdMeTech Foundation, the event will also include discussions on recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and a measure to increase funding to the National Institute of Health for the advancement of early detection initiatives.


SOTIO will launch Phase II clinical trials for ovarian cancer

SOTIO is preparing to launch Phase II clinical trials at the end of September 2013 to assess the use of active cellular immunotherapy (DCVAC/OvCa treatment) combined with standard therapy in patients with epithelial ovarian cancer. SOTIO’s clinical trials will be conducted at medical centers in the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland. They will be focused on different groups of patients, based on the course of their disease and their reaction to standard therapy already used. Altogether 210 patients will be gradually enrolled in about 25 clinical centers. The initiation of the first of three clinical trials is scheduled for September 2013, the program will be completed in December 2017. Based on results of a tender, SOTIO has chosen Theorem Clinical Research as its strategic partner for organization of Phase II clinical trials in ovarian cancer program.