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Opexa, Inc Annual Shareholder Mtg

Copy of the report, p. 31

"We currently intend to use the proceeds from the Feb 2011 public offering for general corporate purposes...and to prepare for and proceed toward the initiation of a pivotal Phase III clinical study... although the(se) proceeds would not be adequate ($7.6 million) to proceed materially beyond initiation... (dosing of the first patient) or to complete such a study...

"A pivotal Phase III ... is expected to involve 240 patients and ...
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My reply ;-)

Note there's nothing in here about excluding former lab rats... overall, positive but definitely close to the chest. ;-)
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Jane,

It is indeed encouraging to be making progress toward a clinical study. Opexa is anxious to be in clinical trials again. We are working hard to that end. Currently I can’t report any specific details with regard to the study design we will be conducting. When ...
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"protective" t-cell therapies can kill neurons in

ScienceDaily (May 6, 2011) — Researchers with the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta have discovered that some "protective" T-cells can kill neurons. This finding is significant because a specific type of T-cell therapy is being touted in the medical community as a potential treatment for MS and other autoimmune conditions.

Dr. Fabrizio Giuliani and his post-doctoral fellow, Yohannes Haile, both from the Division of Neurology, collaborated on this research which ...
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