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Faster FDA Review A Possibility For Celldex’s Rintega After Phase II

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Executive Summary

Celldex presented positive data from a Phase II study testing the therapeutic cancer vaccine Rintega in patients with EGFRvIII-positive recurrent glioblastoma, including a survival advantage, at ASCO.

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