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VIABLE Study to Proceed in US

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) notified Sotio in April 2014 that its complete response to the July 2013 clinical hold on the VIABLE Study has been reviewed and that the FDA has determined that it is safe to proceed under the Investigational New Drug (IND) application.” VIABLE is a global Phase III clinical trial for prostate cancer immunotherapy treatment with DCVAC/PCa. FDA’s removal of the clinical hold represents a major achievement for SOTIO’s global and US development efforts. SOTIO’s aim is to enroll approximately 1,170 prostate cancer patients in the VIABLE study, including patients from Europe, Russia and the United States. Enrollment of the first European patient in VIABLE study is expected during first half of 2014.

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SOTIO Receives VHP approval to start Phase III Clinical Trial

SOTIO a.s., Prague, announced today that it received from the EU Heads of Medicines Agencies (HMA) a positive decision on a substantial amendment to its Phase III VIABLE Clinical Trial of DCVAC/PCa – an active cellular immunotherapy for the treatment of prostate cancer. The HMA originally approved SOTIO’s submission for the VIABLE Phase III clinical trial in March 2013. This amendment was submitted by SOTIO as part of the European Voluntary Harmonisation Procedure (VHP), based on feedback received from US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Amendment was developed to ensure unification of the protocol design for EU and US. SOTIO plans to start recruiting patients in the trial beginning in March 2014. 

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Ladislav Bartoníček to become new SOTIO Chief Executive Officer

A new Chief Executive Officer of SOTIO, a biotechnology company belonging to the PPF Group, will become from 1st March 2014 one of the PPF shareholders, Ladislav Bartoníček (49). He will replace in the office Karel Nohejl (44) who will continue working at the PPF Group in other positions.

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