Key-Highlights of the Phase 1 Trial
The trial demonstrated excellent safety profiles, with no severe adverse effects reported among the participating patients. The use of viral vector delNS/E6E7 exhibited a well-tolerated and manageable side-effect profile.
The preliminary data revealed substantial efficacy in treating infections and cervical lesions caused by HPV16 through the use of the viral vector delNS/E6E7. Patients who received this investigational treatment exhibited significant improvements, suggesting a potential breakthrough in the management of this condition.
The Phase 1 trial represents a significant milestone in the development of a novel therapeutic approach for HPV16-infected individuals with cervical lesions, utilizing the viral vector delNS/E6E7. These promising results pave the way for further clinical studies and potential regulatory approvals.
BlueSky´s commitment to advancing healthcare solutions for HPV-related conditions remains unwavering. The successful Phase 1 trial results underscore our dedication to improving the lives of patients affected by HPV16 infections and cancers with the viral vector delNS/E6E7.
“Our team is elated by the excellent safety profile and substantial efficacy demonstrated in this Phase 1 trial using the viral vector delNS/E6E7,” said Thomas Muster, CEO at BlueSky Immunotherapies. “We are excited to move forward with subsequent phases of clinical development, with the ultimate goal of providing a transformative treatment option for patients affected by HPV16-related cervical lesions.”
The company is now preparing for Phase 2 trials, which will further evaluate the effectiveness of the viral vector delNS/E6E7 treatment and expand the patient population under investigation.
For media inquiries or more information about BlueSky Immunotherapies and its groundbreaking research utilizing viral vector delNS/E6E7, please contact Michael Tscheppe at m.tscheppe(at)bluesky-itx.com.