THIS WEEK'S FEATURE
France’s Nanobiotix (Euronext:NANO) is hoping to change the paradigm for cancer treatment with a single nanomedicine applicable across oncology for millions of patients.
In addition to several large ongoing investigator-sponsored studies in Europe and Canada using its autoRIC device for automated remote ischemic conditioning (RIC), closely-held CellAegis Devices expects its own U.S. pivotal trial for the treatment of elective percutaneous coronary intervention (ePCI) to complete enrolment before the end of 2018.
On the heels of positive data from its PALISADE pivotal trial, Aimmune Therapeutics (NASDAQ:AIMT) plans to submit a biologics license application with the FDA by the end of 2018 for its peanut allergy therapy, AR101.
During the past four years, closely-held Cyclica has developed and validated a patented structure-based and AI-augmented proteome-screening platform, known as Ligand Express.
Sweden’s Moberg Pharma (OMX:MOB) is focused on maximizing the potential of its market leading position in over-the-counter sales of topical dermatology products to drive development of new therapies for the treatment of nail fungus and mouth pain, especially in cancer patients.