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JimDC from Denver -need you input /MDX1105

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    Hi Jim,

    Jonathan from MIF recommended that I get your opinion regarding a Phase 1 MDX1105 (anti-pdl1) trial. He told me that you wanted to get into a trial of anti-PDL that your doctor at MDAnderson, a Dr. Hwu, is extremely enthusiastic about.

    Hi Jim,

    Jonathan from MIF recommended that I get your opinion regarding a Phase 1 MDX1105 (anti-pdl1) trial. He told me that you wanted to get into a trial of anti-PDL that your doctor at MDAnderson, a Dr. Hwu, is extremely enthusiastic about.

    http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00729664
    http://utm-ext01a.mdacc.tmc.edu/dept/prot/clinicaltrialswp.nsf/Index/2008-0756
    
    Would appreciate any input you can share with me, particularly, Dr.Hwu's opinion regarding this trial & MDX1105
    
    Is anti-PDL1 as effective as PD1. Has any results been published on effectiveness of this drug?
    
    Thanks so much for your help.
    
    Douglas
    
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