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HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J., Oct. 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation (NASDAQ:NYMX) is pleased to report on the Symposium which was held on Fexapotide Triflutate studies at the Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association, Northeast Section in Savannah, October 12 at 4 pm. The abstract from the presentation is available at email@example.com. The symposium, "Fexapotide Triflutate: A Safe and Effective First In Class Injectable for BPH" was chaired by James Bailen MD FACS of Louisville, KY. The other panel members at the Symposium were Dr. Franklin D. Gaylis of San Diego CA, Dr. Stephen Richardson of Salt Lake City UT, and Dr. Jed Kaminetsky of New York NY. Dr. Bailen said, "FT is a simple administration for any urologist, and offers a major improvement in BPH management with minimal side effects and great safety profile." Dr. Kaminetsky stated "Fexapotide is an exciting treatment alternative for the symptomatic man suffering from lower urinary tract symptoms without the commonly seen side effects associated with approved medicines and minimally invasive procedures. If approved it will fill a medical need and offer the practising urologist a safe and effective new treatment to help their patients." At the Symposium detailed clinical data on the Phase 3 clinical trials that have been completed for Fexapotide and that have shown excellent safety and efficacy for the treatment of BPH was presented. Scientific data supporting the safety and efficacy from non-clinical and laboratory testing and analysis was demonstrated. The main presentation was followed by a panel discussion and by an interactive question and answer session with the specialist doctors in attendance. Dr. Richardson added further, "Because of the safety profile and the great long-term efficacy, Fexapotide could potentially become a first-line treatment for countless men with BPH¿." Fexapotide has been filed for approval in Europe and the filing was accepted for review in September 2017¿. 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).