DCprime Merger Information – landing page

On Wednesday, November 18th Immunicum and DCprime combined forces to establish the company as a leader in cell-based cancer immunotherapies. Click here to view the full announcement: https://bit.ly/35NoOVj

About DCprime
DCprime is the front-runner in the field of relapse vaccines, a new class of oncology vaccines administered after or in conjunction with standard of care therapy to delay or prevent diseaserecurrence. Our lead product is a whole-cell-based vaccine addressing blood cancers with a high risk of relapse. We are pursuing similar vaccination approaches for solid tumors. We believe relapse vaccines will improve survival by putting the patient’s immune system back in control.


Immunicum Virtual Investor Event – 9 December 2020 at 15.00 CET
To view the webcast, click here: https://bit.ly/36V9VAQ

To view the Investor Event presentation, click here: Presentation

To view the Investor Event press release, click here: https://bit.ly/3mXXxoV

To view the Frequently Asked Questions, click here: FAQ Document


Extraordinary General Meeting – 18 December 2020
Information and documentation to the EGM (including forms for postal voting and power of attorney) Click here

Granted Exemption to VHI
Aktiemarknadsnämndens uttalande 2020



Relevant Links:

Immunicum’s Announcement Presentation:
View webcast: https://tv.streamfabriken.com/press-conference-november
View presentation: https://immunicum.se/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/20201119-Immunicum-DCprime-Webcast.pdf

DCprime Website:


Recent DCprime Publications & Presentations:

ASH 2020 – Virtual
Interim Clinical Data of ADVANCE II Trial: https://bit.ly/3gloYXf

SITC 2020 – Virtual
Preclinical studies support therapeutic application of the leukemic cell-based cancer relapse vaccine DCP-001 in ovarian cancer: Download the poster

EHA 2020 – Virtual
Development of a humanised immunocompetent mouse model to study the relapse vaccine DCP-001: https://bit.ly/38h8E82

ASH 2019
Durable responses and survival in high-risk AML and MDS patients treated with an allogeneic leukemia-derived dendritic cell vaccine: https://bit.ly/3k0iIVg

SITC 2019
Novel vaccination strategies using tumour-independent antigens to induce anti-tumour immunity in solid tumours: https://bit.ly/3et3XsL