Starpharma today announced that it has been invited once more to present at the 9th Annual Partnership Opportunities in Drug Delivery (PODD) conference in Boston, USA, on 7-8 October.
The PODD conference showcases the latest advances in drug delivery and provides networking opportunities with senior scientific and commercial executives from many of the major international pharmaceutical companies. This year’s PODD conference will be chaired by AstraZeneca’s Head of Drug Delivery, Dr Shawn Davis.
Starpharma today announced that that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorised the use of AstraZeneca’s DEP® Bcl2/xL conjugate AZD0466 in clinical trials under an investigational new drug (IND) application. This is the first DEP® candidate to reach this milestone from Starpharma’s multiproduct license with AstraZeneca.
Starpharma today announced that its patented clinical stage nanoparticle formulation, DEP® irinotecan, showed significantly enhanced efficacy benefits over standard irinotecan (Camptosar®) and olaparib (Lynparza®) alone and in combination, in an irinotecan-refractory HT-29 human colon cancer xenograft model.
Starpharma today announced that it has received a further regulatory approval in an Asian country for VivaGel® BV. This approval follows multiple country approvals in the region as previously announced on 15 August 2019. Mundipharma will be rolling-out the product in Asia under the brand name BETADINETM BV Gel.
Finance News Network reported Starpharma received further regulatory approval in another Asian country for its breakthrough product for bacterial vaginosis, VivaGel® BV. The news follows the first approval in the region announced on 15 August.
Online news outlet Boardroom Media interviewed Starpharma CEO Dr Jackie Fairley following the release of its annual report and full-year results. In the interview, Dr Fairley shared the company’s latest DEP® trial results, as well as VivaGel® and upcoming milestones.
Online investor news outlet Finance News Network reported Starpharma’s positive results for its novel HER-2 targeted DEP® conjugate (ADC) which outperformed the leading HER-2 ADC, Kadcyla®, in a human ovarian cancer model.