Advancing Solid Tumor-Directed Drug Therapy
Clinical interest in solid tumor-directed therapy is increasing because of growing recognition of the value of treating the primary tumor across the disease spectrum and advancements in interventional oncology.
NanOlogy is in development of investigational drugs enabled by its proprietary supercritical precipitation (SCP) technology which forms patented large surface area microparticles (LSAMs) of pure drug. Designed for local delivery, NanOlogy LSAMs remain at the disease site releasing molecular drug for weeks with gradual subtoxic clearance.
Clinical results across multiple solid tumors support therapeutic potential in both local and metastatic disease based on sustained tumoricidal response, favorable immunogenic effect, and minimal systemic toxicity.
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Drug Delivery and Translational Research: Local administration of submicron particle paclitaxel to solid carcinomas induces direct cytotoxicity and immune-mediated tumoricidal effects without local or systemic toxicity: preclinical and clinical studies