Medigene AG: Medigene to present interim data analysis from Phase I/II DC-Vaccine trial at the EHA conference 2019

Martinsried/Munich (pta/17.05.2019/07:30) Medigene AG (FSE: MDG1, Prime Standard), a clinical stage immuno-oncology company focusing on the development of T cell immunotherapies, will present data from the interim analysis of the ongoing Phase I / II clinical trial with Medigene's DC vaccine during the annual congress of the European Hematology Association (EHA) taking place from 13 - 16 June in Amsterdam.

Medigene will present a poster on June 15 from 17:30-19:00 entitled "Interim Analysis of a WT-1 and PRAME `Fast-DC┬┤ vaccine shows safety as active immunotherapy for the prevention of AML relapse".

For the full abstract of the poster, please follow this link:
https://learningcenter.ehaweb.org/eha/2019/24th/266840/yngvar.flisand.interim.analysis.of.a.wt-1.and.prame.fast-dc.vaccine.shows.html?f=listing%3D0%2Abrowseby%3D8%2Asortby%3D1%2Asearch%3Dinterim+analysis%2Ba+wt-1
or http://tiny.cc/678s6y

Medigene AG (FSE: MDG1, ISIN DE000A1X3W00, Prime Standard) is a publicly listed biotechnology company headquartered in Martinsried near Munich, Germany. The company is developing highly innovative immunotherapies to target various forms and stages of cancer. Medigene concentrates on the development of personalized T cell-based therapies, with associated projects currently in pre-clinical and clinical development.

For more information, please visit http://www.medigene.com

This press release contains forward-looking statements representing the opinion of Medigene as of the date of this release. The actual results achieved by Medigene may differ significantly from the forward-looking statements made herein. Medigene is not bound to update any of these forward-looking statements. Medigene® is a registered trademark of Medigene AG. This trademark may be owned or licensed in select locations only.

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