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ImmixBio: IMX-110 Shows Improved Survival In Connective Tissue Cancer Soft Tissue Sarcoma Mice Study

Immix Biopharma Inc. (IMMX) announced positive interim study data showing that after one cycle of treatment, ImmixBio's lead candidate IMX-110 produced 75% survival vs. 0% survival for Trabectedin in a connective tissue cancer Soft Tissue Sarcoma or STS mice study.

Trabectedin is sold as YONDELIS by Janssen, a Johnson & Johnson Company, a U.S. FDA approved drug.

In the study, IMX-110 was compared against approved drugs used to treat STS. Trabectedin was dosed according to Meco et. al., 2003 (trabectedin monotherapy treatment arm) and IMX-110 was administered at 2.0 mg/kg.

In Friday pre-market trade, IMMX was trading at $2.50 up $0.87 or 53.37%.

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