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HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J., Sept. 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation (NASDAQ:NYMX) is pleased to announce that an important large symposium and panel assessment of the Company's new drug Fexapotide Triflutate will be held at the October meeting of the American Urological Association, Northeast Section. The October 12 symposium at the AUA meeting in Savannah will include new data presentations from prominent Fexapotide clinical trial urologists, and will feature panel assessments and discussion of results from the U.S. Fexapotide trials undertaken in 2009-2017. The Chairperson of the Symposium will be James Bailen MD FACS of First Urology, Louisville KY. Further details on the October 12 Symposium at the AUA Meeting will be provided prior to the meeting. Dr. Paul Averback, CEO of Nymox said, "The upcoming Symposium at the AUA meeting October 12 will involve highly experienced BPH investigators who participated in the trials and who will present data and discuss results of the Fexapotide Phase 3 clinical studies. Although unavoidably the earlier Mid-Atlantic and South Central September and October meetings in Florida were postponed due to emergency hurricane conditions, we are very pleased that the October 12 AUA Northeast Section meeting in Savannah will soon occur. Our management reiterates its commitment to ramping up communication activities which are being actively generated with the medical communities. This will be the first of many important undertakings which will occur." Nymox's lead drug Fexapotide has been in development for over 10 years and has been tested by expert clinical trial investigative teams in over 70 distinguished clinical trial centers throughout the US, and has been found after 7 years of prospective placebo controlled double blind studies of treatment of 995 U.S. men with prostate enlargement to not only show clinically meaningful and durable relief of BPH symptoms, but also to show a major reduction in the incidence of prostate cancer, compared to placebo and compared to the known and expected normal incidence of the disease. The same clinical program has also shown in a long-term blinded placebo crossover group study an 82-95% reduction in the number of these patients who required surgery after they received crossover Fexapotide in the trial, as compared to patients who did not receive Fexapotide but instead received crossover conventional approved BPH treatments (p<.0001).