• AC Immune (ACIU) Phase 1/2 Results of ACI-24 for Alzheimer's Disease

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    Clinical and Regulatory
    Event Type: Phase 1/2 Results
    Timing: H2 2016
    Designation(s): None

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    Disease and Treatment
    Disease: Neurology
    Indication: Alzheimer's Disease
    Lead Indication?: No
    Treatment Name: ACI-24

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    Company Information
    Co. Name: AC Immune
    Stock Symbol: ACIU
    Shares Traded: NASDAQ

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    Event Status
    Event Outcome: Ongoing
    Event Discussion: Forums
    Event Announcement(s): https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1651625/000119312516718500/d16439d424b4.htm
    Partnership: No

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    Detailed Event Description from Company Announcement

     

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    Two of our other clinical product candidates, ACI-24 and ACI-35, are being developed using our SupraAntigen platform and target AD through active immunization, where the immune system is stimulated to make its own antibodies against pathological proteins:

     

        ACI-24 is our wholly-owned anti-Abeta vaccine candidate currently in a Phase 1/2a study. We expect to complete this study and announce top line results in the second half of 2016. ACI-24 is also being studied in a Phase 1 clinical study in patients with Down syndrome, a population that is at high risk for AD.

     

     

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