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Eventually, Cel-Sci will have to disclose the results of its Phase 3 cancer clinical trial. When that happens is anyone’s guess.

Tuesday marked one year since the small biotech announced the completion of the study, which is investigating an immune-boosting drug called Multikine in patients with head and neck cancer. There is no set timeline for how long it takes to analyze and read out results from a clinical trial, but generally, six weeks to two months is a good rule; allowing three or four months to crunch the numbers is being generous.

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