Midatech initiates Phase 1 trial of a new hormonal cancer therapy
Category: #health  By Mateen Dalal  Date: 2019-10-10
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Midatech initiates Phase 1 trial of a new hormonal cancer therapy

Cancer treatment is one of the biggest challenges for the 21st century. There have been many advancements in the field of cancer treatment over the past few years. Clinical trial indeed plays a pivotal role in discovering new drugs, especially for treating serious diseases such as cancer. Numerous organizations across the world are putting in their best efforts to treat cancer effectively.

Midatech Pharma PLC is one such pharmaceutical research and development company that has reportedly started Phase 1 study of MTD201 for patients who are suffering from hormonal-based cancers such as neuroendocrine tumors (NET) and acromegaly.

According to reports, the first batch of healthy volunteers, 14 subjects out of 28, recently attained one dose of Sandostatin 100 microgram/1 ml solution followed by a 30mg injection of MTD201. Another 14 subjects will undergo the same procedures this week to complete the dosing phase of the clinical trial.

Sources cite that after completion of the dosing period, all subjects will undergo a 63-day sampling and observation period. Topline results are expected by the end of the last quarter of 2019 or early in the first quarter of 2020.

For a record, Midatech Pharma is working towards developing therapies using three novel delivery mechanisms as Q-Sphera , MidaCore, MidaSolve. These technologies are focused on enhancing the delivery and distribution of medicines in the body and are useful in exerting their actions in an effective, precise and safe manner.

MTD201 uses Q-Sphera, a polymer microsphere innovation that is used to control and prolong the release of therapeutics over a long period -from weeks to months. Midatech is also working with its clinical trial of MTX110 for patients who are suffering from brain cancer.

About the company

Midatech is a research and development pharmaceutical company that is focused on extending and enhancing the lives of patients who are suffering from rare and serious cancers. The company has created niche in this space by applying and developing novel drug delivery technologies to enhance existing or develop new therapies for serious diseases.

Source Credit - https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/904348/midatech-pharma-starts-phase-1-trial-of-hormonal-cancer-treatment-904348.html

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