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Leading the Pack in Companion Animal Oncology

Torigen Pharmaceuticals

Harnessing the Immune System to Fight Cancer


Immunotherapies are growing traction in both the human and veterinary market as a sole, or adjunct treatment to chemotherapy and/or radiation. With over 10 years of supporting pre-clinical research, our treatment is a whole cell tissue vaccine. Treatments like these allow for a variety of tumor associated antigens to be presented to the immune system. This abundant choice of antigens may increase the likelihood of a successful response.


Immunotherapeutic approaches to cancer are emerging that will complement surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy by generating specific adaptive immunity to both tumor cells and altered host tissues. Tumors evade normal immune surveillance mechanisms through a variety of means. Some of these include interfering with dendritic cell antigen presentation, down regulation of cytokines that can destroy tumor cells, stimulation of regulatory (suppressor) T cells, and by altering host tissue to further mask it from the immune system. Our goal at Torigen is to develop innovative veterinary cancer treatments that allow for the body to recognize tumor-associated antigens as foreign and overcome immune senescence. 

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Our experimental autologous cancer vaccine uses the animal's own tumor cells to create a personalized immunotherapy


Our 3-Step

Three easy steps to getting the personalized autologous cancer vaccine for an animal in your care.

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Step 1 :

Excise the tumor and send it to our lab using our pre-paid overnight shipping service

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Step 2 : 

We prepare the personalized vaccine and send it back to your clinic within 72 hours via overnight shipping


72 Hours


Step 3 :

Administer the personalized treatment by subcutaneous injection (1mL) once per week, for 3 weeks

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Ready to Take Action?


Are you interested in offering our this experimental autologous cancer vaccine as an option for the animals in your care?