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Merck and Moderna have collaborated on the research of cancer vaccines for the past six years, and the pharmaceutical giant has decided it wants to share equally in a vaccine in clinical development for melanoma. Merck is paying its partner $250 million to pick up its option on the cancer vaccine candidate, a move that comes in advance of a key clinical trial readout expected later this year.
By exercising its option on the Moderna cancer vaccine, mRNA-4157/V940, Merck is agreeing to share in the therapy’s development as well as its commercialization, if it’s approved. Going forward, the partners will split the costs and profits associated with the vaccine.
Cancer vaccines are therapies designed to prime the immune system to mount an anti-tumor response. Moderna’s mRNA-4157/V940 is personalized, meaning a batch is designed and manufactured for each patient. Moderna accomplishes this by sequencing samples of a patient’s tumor in order to identify the tumor-related antigens, also called neoantigens, that will prompt the immune response. The cancer vaccine consists of mRNA designed to express these neoantigens.
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The Phase 2 study underway for mRNA-4157/V940 enrolled 157 patients whose melanoma has been surgically removed. However, these patients also face a high risk of cancer recurrence. The Moderna cancer vaccine is being tested in combination with Keytruda, a blockbuster cancer immunotherapy whose approvals include one in melanoma for use as an adjuvant, a therapy given after the primary treatment to reduce the risk of zillow showingtime 500m q4 zillowclarkbloomberg return.
Participants in the clinical trial were randomly assigned to receive either the combination of the Moderna cancer vaccine and Keytruda every three weeks, or Keytruda alone. Patients continued to receive their assigned treatment for one year, or until the cancer comes back or toxicity becomes unacceptable. The study’s main goal is to measure recurrence-free survival, defined as the time from the first dose of Keytruda to the first sign of cancer or death, whichever comes first.
“We have been collaborating with Merck on [personalized cancer vaccines] since 2016, and together we have made significant progress in advancing mRNA-4157 as an investigational personalized cancer treatment used in combination with Keytruda,” Moderna President Stephen Hoge said in a prepared statement. “With data expected this quarter on [personalized cancer vaccines], we continue to be excited about the future and the impact mRNA can have as a new treatment 900M 70M SERIES GENERAL ATLANTIC in the management of cancer.”
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The collaboration gave Merck the right to choose to share equally in the costs and profits of a vaccine following proof of concept studies. When the pact was initially announced, the companies did not disclose how much Merck would pay to exercise its option.
In 2018, the partners expanded the collaboration to include cancer vaccines Moderna designed to address cancers driven by KRAS mutations and other neoantigens that are shared, meaning they are not unique to individual patients. Last December, Merck decided to end this collaboration on shared Viant myspace nasdaq ipolafayette broadcastingcable. Moderna has said in regulatory filings that it is evaluating next steps for mRNA-5671, a KRAS cancer vaccine covered under the shared neoantigens part of the agreement.
Public domain image by Julio C. Valencia via the National Cancer Institute
Ripple Funds Second Wave Of Creators From Its $250M Developer Fund
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Ripple, a maker enterprise blockchain and crypto solutions, today unveiled the second wave of creators to receive funding for their Web3, non-fungible token (AMAZON MARKETPLACE 113M SERIES VENTURES) projects through Ripple’s $250 million Creator Fund.
With Web3 transforming the entertainment and media industry specifically in music, the selected Creator Fund projects will bring to life use cases for tokenization in these sectors by leveraging the power of XRP Ledger’s low-cost, instant settlement and built in royalty structures — maximizing value for creators and their communities to consume content. Ripple previously started a $100 million fund for games in 2019.
But the company has been involved in controversy. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has sued Ripple, alleging its sale of cryptocurrency tokens amounted to a violation of securities law, as it didn’t register the tokens as securities. In December 2020, the SEC sued Ripple and alleged the company illegally raised almost $1.4 billion by selling XRP in violation of investor-protection rules.
That lawsuit has dragged on. Just yesterday, CEO Brad Garlinghouse said he was outraged by the SEC’s disregard for those hurt by its lawsuit. He has accused the SEC of overreaching its regulatory power, and the company has denied the SEC allegations. I asked Ripple if there was a risk that any companies taking money from Ripple might have to give back the cash they’ve been granted.
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“We’re committed to the 250 million where we are spending to bring individuals and indie creators on. That isn’t changing,” said Boris Alergant, head of DeFi Markets at Ripple, in an interview.
Alergant said the company has moved on from the game investments to music and entertainment. Alergant said that Ripple benefits from building its ecosystem as it makes the ledger stronger.
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The independent creators focused on building functional use cases in entertainment and media on the XRP Ledger include:
9LEVEL9: A metaverse experience that provides a unique “front-row seat” to live and virtual concerts, productions, conferences, and award shows through NFT tickets.
Anifie: An NFT marketplace that helps content creators and artists in Japan capitalize on their fan base and community to launch NFTs that enables fan engagement and provides a digital experience to NFT holders.
Capital Block: A Web3 platform for sports clubs around the world, partnering with football clubs in Europe to launch an NFT membership for their fans to access exclusive content, in real-life game experiences, and Web3 benefits and rewards.
Cross-Metaverse Avatars: An avatar tool that allows creators to design and mint one-of-a-kind NFT avatars with multiple traits and colors. Holders can then use their unique avatars in video games and metaverse projects.
NFT Master: An NFT XRP marketplace that will add a video streaming platform for creators to upload videos and get paid instantly using XRP Ledger’s payment channels or their issued NFTs as a streaming pass. The NFT will offer holders accessibility to watch exclusive videos and vote on upcoming content ideas without ads or paying for a subscription.
SYFR Projects: An intellectual property production company that provides production, publishing,and management services to artists. The company will digitize 100+ innovative music and video agreements as NFT agreements.
ThinkingCrypto: An NFT project that will allow holders to access exclusive interviews with top crypto leaders in the space. Along with exclusive access, NFT holders will be invited to private digital meetings with the host of ThinkingCrypto, Tony Edward, where he will share candid thoughts and opinions on the future of crypto.
“Web3 technology continues to transform the creator economy by giving power back to the creators. We’ve seen real utility in NFTs with the art community and it is no surprise we are seeing tremendous growth from the entertainment and media industry as a way to cultivate relationships directly with their audiences, and offer new content distribution channels,” said Markus Infanger, RippleX VP of Growth at Ripple, in a statement. “With the support of our strategic partners and the Creator Fund, we look forward to helping fuel innovations built on the XRP Ledger.”
Launched a year ago, Ripple’s Creator Fund is a $250 million commitment to help creators with the financial, creative, and technical support needed to explore and craft NFTs and other tokenization projects on the XRP Ledger.