Replay of Presentation is Now Available on the Company’s Website
Brooklyn ImmunoTherapeutics, Inc. (NYSE American: BTX) ("Brooklyn"), a biopharmaceutical company currently focused on exploring the role that cytokine and gene editing/cell therapy can have in treating patients with cancer and blood disorders, invites investors to review the Company’s shareholder update conference call presentation via its website, which can be found here.
- A review of the company’s multiple programs, including its unique Phase 2 mixed cytokine asset, IRX-2, being developed for head and neck cancer
- A discussion of its recently acquired license for mRNA cell reprogramming technology, mRNA-based gene editing, proprietary gene editing protein and proprietary lipid delivery system, which the company believes may provide a completely different approach to treating certain solid tumors, liquid tumors, sickle cell disease and a host of other inherited monogenic disorders that may have no currently available therapy
- An overview of the company’s current financial position and future financial plans
About Brooklyn ImmunoTherapeutics
Brooklyn is focused on exploring the role that cytokine-based therapy can have in treating patients with cancer, both as a single agent and in combination with other anti-cancer therapies. The company is also exploring opportunities to advance oncology, blood disorder, and monogenic disease therapies using leading edge gene editing/cell therapy technology through the newly acquired license from Factor Bioscience and Novellus Therapeutics.
Brooklyn’s most advanced program is studying the safety and efficacy of IRX-2 in patients with head and neck cancer. In a Phase 2A clinical trial in head and neck cancer, IRX-2 demonstrated an overall survival benefit. Additional studies are either underway or planned in other solid tumor cancer indications.
For more information about Brooklyn and its clinical programs, please visit www.BrooklynITx.com.
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