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Genocea's $35M VC round pushing herpes vaccine toward clinic

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The article says that Genocea is trying to put herpes therapeutic vaccine into Phase I

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http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2011/01/03/daily37-Genoceas-35M-VC-round-pushing-herpes-vaccine-toward-clinic-.html#

“We’re confident the $35 million represents more than a couple years of operational capital for the company,” said Clark. Genocea is less than two years from having HSV-2 in Phase I clinical trials, he added, saying the company now is performing investigational new drug (IND) enabling studies. Those studies would lead to an IND filing with the US Food and Drug Administration some 30 to 60 days before the planned entry into the clinic"

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WOW, too bad they don't know about Professor's Bloom and Cullen. I just emailed the two professors and a few others regarding this information along with a list of investors. Thanks for the post.

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Thanks CCS. It is a very good idea. I admire all the things you do. Although Genococea is still 2 years from clinical trials, the fact that they got a lot of money for fundings suggest that there are people that supports this great researchers.

I agree with you, Bloom and Cullen should receive this too. I think that a reason about why Bloom and Cullen research are not having the support they deserve is because just a few people know about them.

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Thanks CCS. It is a very good idea. I admire all the things you do. Although Genococea is still 2 years from clinical trials, the fact that they got a lot of money for fundings suggest that there are people that supports this great researchers.

I agree with you, Bloom and Cullen should receive this too. I think that a reason about why Bloom and Cullen research are not having the support they deserve is because just a few people know about them.

Prof. Bloom already replied thanking me for the info. Might come in useful in the future.

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