NetworkNewsBreaks – BriaCell Therapeutics Corp. (OTCQB: BCTXF) (TSX.V: BCT) Appoints New Member to Board of Directors

BriaCell Therapeutics (OTCQB: BCTXF) (TSX.V: BCT), an immuno-oncology focused biotechnology company with a proprietary targeted immunotherapy technology, this morning announced the appointment of Jamieson Bondarenko, CFA, CMT, to the company’s Board of Directors. Through his merchant capital company, JGRNT Capital Corp., Bondarenko currently offers strategic capital markets and corporate development advice to early-stage life sciences companies. He has also served as Principal, Managing Director of Equity Capital Markets at Eight Capital and Equity Capital Markets as well as Investment Banking positions at Dundee Capital Markets, Wellington West Capital Markets and HSBC Securities. “Jamieson brings extensive capital markets experience to BriaCell,” BriaCell Chairman Dr. Saeid Babaei stated in the news release. “His expertise will be a valuable resource for BriaCell in the current investment environment as we execute our mission to bring innovative therapeutics to patients who tirelessly fight the deadliest forms of advanced breast cancer with no effective treatment options.”

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About BriaCell Therapeutics Corp.

BriaCell is an immuno-oncology-focused biotechnology company developing targeted and safe approaches for the management of cancer. BriaCell is currently conducting a Phase I/IIa clinical trial of Bria-IMT, its lead candidate, in a combination study with pembrolizumab [Keytruda; manufactured by Merck & Co., Inc.] or ipilimumab [Yervoy; manufactured by Bristol-Myers Squibb Company]. The combination study is listed in ClinicalTrials.gov as NCT03328026. BriaCell is developing Bria-OTS, an off-the-shelf personalized immunotherapy for advanced breast cancer. Bria-OTS immunotherapy treatments are personalized to match the patient without the need for personalized manufacturing. Bria-OTS, which is expected to cover over 90 percent of the patient population, is designed to produce a potent and selective immune response against the cancer of each patient while eliminating the time, expense and complex manufacturing logistics associated with other personalized immunotherapies. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.BriaCell.com.

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