For more information, please visit.. About DynavaxDynavax Technologies Corporation discovers, develops and innovative innovative TLR9 agonist-based products to treat and prevent infectious diseases, allergies, cancer and chronic inflammatory diseases using versatile, proprietary approaches, the immune responses change in highly specific ways. Our TLR9 agonist on immunostimulatory sequences or ISS, the short DNA sequences Ourrol is improving the ability of the immune system to fight diseases and chronic inflammation. Our product candidates are: HEPLISAV, a hepatitis B vaccine in Phase 3; TOLAMBA , a ragweed allergy immunotherapy, a treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Phase 2 and for metastatic colorectal cancer in Phase 1 and a therapy for hepatitis B also in Phase 1 Our preclinical asthma and COPD program is partnered with AstraZeneca.
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