Small biotech HAS A NET LOSS!

It's substantial.,  Investing in a Biotech with only 1 product and no revenues.

It's substantial.  Investing in a Biotech with only 1 product and no revenues WAS a risky investment. 

A 9 year trial is expensive.

The trial is nearing its completion and it's financial history is irrelevant.  Now is the time!  

You're Living In The Past, Man!

CEL-SCI had a dubious past.  There is no way around that.

Many offerings.  3 Reverse Splits. We know!

HAD is the key word.


It's now 2020 and the trial is about to end.

The SEC, the FDA and the IDMC have all poked around and reviewed everything!  They know EXACTLY what happened over the years.  All 3 agencies said "Nothing to see here and to continue on!"

 There simply isn't anything nefarious.

Rarely do the Shorts attack the Science behind Multikine.  Why? Because they can't!  Its always things unrelated to the trial!


The science of multikine


Multikine, CEL-SCI's lead investigational immunotherapy, is an immunotherapeutic agent that is being developed as a potential first-line neoadjuvant therapy in patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck, and potentially, as a treatment for cervical dysplasia or peri-anal warts in HIV/HPV co-infected patients. If it were to be approved for use following completion of CEL-SCI's clinical development program, Multikine would be a different kind of therapy in the fight against cancer; one that appears to have the potential to work with the body's natural immune system in the fight against tumors. Multikine may also have the potential to be a first in a new class of cancer immunotherapy drugs. It is the first investigational combination immunotherapy thought to have both passive and active immune properties and has displayed the following characteristics in studies to date: 


  • Potential first-line treatment: Multikine is administered prior to any other therapy because CEL-SCI believes that this is the period when there is a greater potential likelihood of activating an anti-tumor immune response. Once the patient has had surgery or has received radiation and/or chemotherapy, the immune system may become weakened and may be less able to mount an anti-tumor immune response.
  • Potential to work with the body: Multikine investigational immunotherapy is directed at activating and possibly boosting the body's own anti-tumor immune response to potentially help the body in addressing the tumor.
  • A mixture of different immune molecules, potentially simulating the natural immune system: Multikine is composed of a defined mixture of naturally occurring molecules which in early-phase studies have been reported to be biologically/immunologically active.