Our Program

Human Health

To date, Olvi-Vec has been studied in multiple early- and mid-phase clinical trials via regional and systemic deliveries, as a monotherapy and in combination with other therapies, in approximately 150 patients suffering from a variety of cancer types.

Ovarian Cancer Program


Intraperitoneal (IPe) administration of Olvi-Vec is an attractive approach for high and condensed dosing in ovarian cancer.



Platinum-Resistant/Refractory Ovarian Cancer (PRROC)


PRROC represents a difficult-to-treat disease with a significant unmet medical need.


A Phase 2 clinical trial of Olvi-Vec in platinum-resistant/refractory ovarian cancer met the preestablished endpoints. The results showed that patients who received Olvi-Vec-primed immunochemotherapy demonstrated responsiveness to platinum-based therapy, to which they previously were deemed resistant or refractory. This was documented by multiple efficacy evaluation endpoints (based on pre-chemotherapy baseline), such as objective responses by ORR per RECIST 1.1 (54%) with durable response (7.6 months), median PFS (11.0 months) and median OS (15.7 months); of note, patients with platinum-refractory disease performed similarly well to platinum-resistant patients. Relative to historical comparisons, patients receiving Olvi-Vec-primed immunochemotherapy generally showed marked clinical benefits.


We are actively enrolling, OnPrime, our Phase 3 registration trial in PRROC (NCT05281471). The Phase 3 trial has an open-label, randomized controlled design (2:1 randomization), enrolling patients who have PRROC (disease progressed within six months since receiving last dose of or while on their last platinum regimen). The Experimental Arm patients will receive a single cycle (two doses) of Olvi-Vec administered intraperitoneally and, approximately four weeks later, a regimen of a platinum-based doublet plus bevacizumab followed by maintenance therapy. The Active Comparator Arm patients will receive a regimen of platinum-based doublet plus bevacizumab followed by maintenance therapy. The estimated enrollment is 186 patients. The following graphic summarizes the study design for the Phase 3 registration trial.


Systemic Delivery Program


The intravenous administration of Olvi-Vec is a potentially, appealing therapeutic approach that may impact the standard of care for many oncology patients because it allows for all tumors in a patient to be treated, including micro-metastases that are often difficult to detect and treat.


In a previously completed clinical study, Olvi-Vec, systemically administered as a monotherapy in patients with advanced solid tumors and with no standard of care option, showed a dose-dependent clinical benefit on overall survival (OS) from multiple intravenous cycles over months of time. The virus-dose-dependent OS benefit is even more noticeable in patients with intractable primary lung cancers and/or lung metastases of other tumor types.


Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC)


We are actively preparing to initiate a Phase 2 trial in NSCLC. Subject to regulatory approval, trial initiation is anticipated in the first quarter of 2023.


Despite advances in treatment and management of NSCLC, the disease represents a high unmet medical need. Novel therapies are required to improve therapeutic outcomes, especially in patients who do not have driver mutations for targeted therapies and/or immunotherapy, or who have developed resistance to their previous treatment(s).


V2ACT Pancreatic Cancer


V2ACT Therapeutics LLC, a joint venture with TVAX Biomedical to develop V2ACT Immunotherapy, holds an active IND and plans to conduct a Phase 1/2a trial for the treatment of newly diagnosed patients with surgically resectable pancreatic cancer.

Animal Health

A Phase 1 study of V-VET1 was completed in canine subjects with different tumor types, and evidence of antitumor responses and disease control was documented. V-VET1 is being developed by ELIAS Animal Health, our exclusive worldwide licensee.


Cancer is the leading cause of death for dogs and the number one pet health concern for dog owners in the United States. In addition to surgery, currently available canine cancer treatment typically provides limited survival benefit.


The National Cancer Institute’s Center for Cancer Research Comparative Oncology Program has reported that as many as six million pet dogs and six million pet cats are diagnosed with cancer annually in the United States. The veterinary oncology market is estimated to reach $909.4 million by 2026, with North America expected to hold a dominant position.

Vet and owner comforting dog
Expanded Access Policy

Genelux Corporation is committed to developing safe and effective next-generation immunotherapies for patients suffering from aggressive and/or difficult-to-treat solid tumor types. Our goal is to ensure access to our investigational therapies at the appropriate time and in a clinically appropriate manner for patients.

Outside of our clinical trials, we may provide physician-requested expanded access to its investigational products under limited situations. This is initiated when the primary purpose is to diagnose, prevent, or treat a serious condition in a patient, which is different from a clinical trial where more comprehensive safety and efficacy data are collected. At Genelux, we recognize and understand the need for an early/expanded access policy for patients who have serious or immediately life-threatening disease and have limited available treatment options.

The request for access to a Genelux investigational drug will be considered only if the patient is an eligible patient, meaning:

  • The patient has a serious or life-threatening disease or condition with no comparable or satisfactory alternative therapies; and
  • The patient is not eligible for or unable to participate in a clinical trial

In addition, prior to setting up an expanded access program or granting a request from an eligible patient’s physician, Genelux will consider whether:

  • The investigational drug is currently in clinical development with sufficient evidence of safety and effectiveness for patient’s specific condition;
  • Providing the investigational therapy as part of an expanded access program will interfere with clinical trials that could support the investigational therapy’s development or marketing approval for the treatment indication; and
  • We have adequate supply of investigational drug.

At this time, based on these factors, Genelux believes that participation in one of our clinical trials is the only appropriate way to access our investigational therapies.

If the investigational drug is approved by a regulatory agency for commercial use, including provisional approval, existing expanded access programs will be phased out or modified accordingly.

Patients interested in seeking an expanded access to a Genelux investigative drug should talk to their physician. All requests must be made by the patient’s treating physician by email at EAP@genelux.com. We will, in general, acknowledge receipt of a request for expanded access within five business days. We may ask for more detailed information to fully evaluate a request.

The request for access to an investigative drug can only be considered if the requesting physician agrees to obtain applicable regulatory and ethics committee approvals. We may deny access if the treating physician cannot guarantee an appropriate storage and handling of the investigative drug, which typically requires a temperature controlled deep freezer and follows Biosafety Level 2 safety procedures and precautions. The treating physician must agree to comply with regulatory obligations, including safety monitoring and reporting.

For more information on expanded access from the FDA, click here.