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May 22, 2019 — Patented Universal Tumor-Targeting Drug Delivery Platform Co.
This pharmaceutical company has developed and patented a universal tumor-targeting drug-delivery platform that can improve the safety and efficacy of many existing chemo treatments, with the ability to target numerous different types of cancer. The technology encapsulates existing FDA-approved drugs inside lipid nanoparticles (liposomes or emulsions) coated with patented human-sourced antinuclear antibodies (ANA). The lipid nanoparticle provides long-term storage stability of the drug and controlled release of the drug over time at body-temperature, and is expected to improve the safety and efficacy profile of the drug, including passive accumulation at the tumor while not harming normal tissues. The Company’s ANA, sourced from lupus patients, binds to nuclear material present in abundance in areas of necrosis (dead / ruptured cells) present in and around all solid tumors, thus anchoring the drug-filled nanoparticles at the tumor where the nanoparticle is designed to slowly release the drug directly on the tumor for more effect. As the Company’s ANA is not tumor-marker specific, but rather targets necrosis present in solid tumors, the technology is designed to "universally" target many different types of cancer including breast cancer, lung, ovarian, colon, prostate, etc., as well as rare childhood cancers.
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