XNK broadens its pipeline with bladder cancer study

XNK Therapeutics AB (“XNK”) today announced it is initiating a program targeting urothelial cancer, the most common form of bladder cancer. This is the first project where XNK’s proprietary technology platform of natural killer (NK) cell therapies is applied towards solid tumors. The company will collaborate with the Karolinska University Hospital in Solna, Sweden.

Positive clinical results of ACP-001 presented at EHA2022

XNK Therapeutics AB (“XNK”) today announced that an abstract on the long-term follow-up of the Phase I/II clinical trial ACP-001 with its leading candidate drug was presented at European Hematology Association’s hybrid conference EHA2022, which is held in Vienna, Austria, on June 9[th]-12[th].

XNK Therapeutics gets abstract on ACP-001 selected for presentation at EHA2022

XNK Therapeutics AB (“XNK”) today announced that an abstract on the long-term follow-up of the Phase I/II clinical trial study ACP-001 with its leading candidate drug has been selected for a presentation at European Hematology Association’s hybrid conference EHA2022, which is held in Vienna, Austria, on June 9[th]-12[th].

XNK Therapeutics raises SEK 132 million to accelerate growth

XNK Therapeutics AB (“XNK”) today announced it has secured a private placement of SEK 132 million, to existing and new investors, led by Flerie Invest AB. The purpose of the issue is primarily to finance the company’s clinical development in multiple myeloma and other indications.

Clinical study published regarding XNK Therapeutics’ NK cell-based product

XNK Therapeutics AB (“XNK”) today announced that the first-in-human Phase I study ACP-001, performed at the Karolinska University Hospital in Huddinge, Sweden, has been published in Cell Reports Medicine. The study demonstrates that XNK’s autologous natural killer (NK) cell-based immunotherapy is feasible. Furthermore, it shows a good safety profile and promising efficacy data as consolidation treatment following autologous stem cell transplantation in patients newly diagnosed with multiple myeloma.