Entertainment Biontech share: How the company could revolutionize cancer medicine!

12:15  31 october  2020
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Biontech (NASDAQ: Biontech

) is currently in the limelight primarily due to its novel mRNA Covid-19 vaccine , which has apparently gone through all development phases without any problems. Should positive results from the clinical phase III study be announced in a few days, a new era could begin for medicine, because there is still no mRNA-based vaccine worldwide. Corona-Aktien gegen COVID-19 lockdown © Provided by The Motley Fool Corona stocks against COVID-19 lockdown

Biontech is primarily researching cancer therapies

It could be the start of a whole range of new drugs. Biontech works mainly on individualized cancer therapies. They are designed to help the human immune system recognize the cancer in the body and then attack it. Compared to today's methods, these therapies would represent a major step forward.

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A success in the development of a Covid-19 vaccine would give Biontech financially stronger and thus probably the breakthrough in the development of many other vaccines that are currently still in clinical trials. The Biontech- share could do justice to its already anticipated status of a billion euro corporation relatively quickly.

These are Biontech's hopes.

The company has already started clinical studies with several candidates. Including BNT111, a cancer vaccine based on the mRNA. It is being developed for the later treatment of advanced melanoma in patients with metastatic tumors and for support after tumor resection. It is designed to trigger an immune response to four melanoma-associated antigens. The vaccine has already shown positive results in a phase I study.

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BNT112, also an mRNA cancer vaccine, is currently being investigated in a first clinical phase 1/2 study in patients with metastatic, castration-resistant prostate cancer and localized prostate cancer.

BNT113 is in an initial clinical investigation conducted by the University of Southampton and will later be used in the treatment of head and neck cancer.

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The mRNA cancer vaccine BNT122 is already in the second clinical development phase and, if successful, should be used in combination with pembrolizumab for the treatment of metastatic melanoma and other solid tumors. Biontech is developing the candidate in collaboration with Genentech.

BNT114 is another mRNA-based cancer vaccine that is in clinical development phase one and could be used to treat breast cancer. It is being tested both as a monotherapy and in combination with the immunotherapy BNT122.

Added to this is BNT115, which is currently being investigated in a phase I study for the treatment of ovarian cancer. It is also based on mRNA technology.

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(NYSE: BNT131), BNT131 is currently being developed as an intratumoral immunotherapy for the treatment of solid tumors. The vaccine uses mRNA to encode the cytokines IL-12sc, IL-15sushi, IFNα and GM-CSF. By increasing the concentration of these cytokines in the tumor's microenvironment, the immune system can more easily identify and fight cancer.

BNT131 is being investigated in a phase one clinical basket study as monotherapy in patients with advanced melanoma and in combination with an anti-PD-1 / PD-L1 checkpoint inhibitor in patients with advanced melanoma and certain solid tumors.

The candidates BNT311 and BNT312 are antibody therapies and are currently in clinical development phase one. They are being researched together with Genmab (NASDAQOTH: 565131) and, if successful, will be used against solid tumors.


In addition to these many candidates, there are many more in the pre-clinical investigation. In addition to a Covid-19 vaccine, Biontech could bring many other products onto the market in the future, and since they have been very unique so far, they could become a great financial success. The post Biontech share: How the company could revolutionize cancer medicine!

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