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Biovica is uniquely positioned to address one of the major challenges in cancer therapy today; how to better evaluate therapeutic efficacy and improve quality of life in patients with advanced stages of the disease.

A simple blood sample

DiviTum® is an innovative biomarker assay developed with the aim to monitor and predict treatment response in cancer therapy. It offers several advantages over alternative techniques that are standard in advanced breast cancer. In several clinical trials, the DiviTum® biomarker assay has demonstrated the potential to quickly evaluate treatment effect and accurately predict outcome using just a simple blood sample.

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New unique data from US breast cancer congress

The results demonstrate that palbociclib significantly reduced serum TK-activity levels in patients with hormone sensitive, HER2- breast cancer already after 2 weeks of treatment. DiviTum® measured changes in serum TK-activity that was significantly correlated to the tumor Ki67 proliferation index. DiviTum® may thus serve as a non-invasive marker and early response indicator of the anti-proliferative effect of CDK4/6 inhibitors like palbociclib.

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About Biovica

Biovica, a Swedish biotech company founded in 2009, develops and commercializes blood-based biomarker assays that improve the monitoring of modern cancer therapies and better predict patient outcome. Biovica is supported by The European Commission and has been selected to receive funding in the Horizon 2020 phase 2 program.

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Biovica and IBL America has agreed on a sales collaboration for the US market

Uppsala, Sweden, April 10, 2019: Biovica has agreed on a collaboration with IBL-America for sales of DiviTum® for the research market in the US. The partnership will further increase the commercial activities for this customer segment on the single largest market for Biovica.

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Notice of extra general meeting in Biovica International AB

The shareholders of Biovica International AB, reg. no. 556774-6150, (the "Company") are hereby invited to the extra general meeting on Thursday 2 May 2019 at 13.00 pm CET at Baker & McKenzie's premises at Vasagatan 7 in Stockholm. The [...]

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Biovica completes a directed new share issue of SEK 60 million and calls for an extraordinary general meeting

NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, NEW ZEALAND, HONG KONG, JAPAN, SINGAPORE, SOUTH AFRICA, SOUTH KOREA OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION WHERE SUCH RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION WOULD BE UNLAWFUL OR WOULD REQUIRE REGISTRATION OR ANY OTHER MEASURES. PLEASE REFER TO IMPORTANT INFORMATION AT THE END OF THE PRESS RELEASE. Biovica International AB (publ) (”Biovica” or the ”Company”) has, subject to the extraordinary general meeting subsequent approval and as communicated in the Company’s press release earlier today, resolved to carry out a directed new share issue of Class B Shares at a subscription price of SEK 10 per share. The directed new share issue was substantially over-subscribed with large interest from institutional investors in the Nordics and Europe. Through the directed new share issue and subject to the approval of the extraordinary General Meeting, the Company will receive proceeds amounting to SEK 60 million. The notice convening the EGM will be published separately today.

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BEST POSSIBLE TREATMENT FROM DAY ONE

Breast cancer

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women today, affecting approximately 362,000 individuals in the EU and 233,000 in the US each year. Better tests for evaluating therapeutic efficacy, such as Biovica’s DiviTum® biomarker assay, aim to increase survival and improve quality of life.

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Clinical trials and Collaborations

Biovica has successfully worked to realize its vision for Divitum® by initiating collaborations with globally-renowned research institutes such as the Karolinska Institute and the Dana Farber Cancer institute, as well as the International Breast Cancer Study Group (IBCSG) and the Breast International Group (BIG).

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