Posts tagged CF101
Can-Fite unit fails Phase 2 glaucoma trial

Can-Fite BioPharma’s (NYSE MKT:CANF; TASE:CFBI) subsidiary, OphthaliX (OTC:OPLI) released top-line results from its Phase 2 clinical trial of CF101 for the treatment of glaucoma.

No statistically significant differences were found between the CF101 treated group and the placebo group in the primary endpoint of lowering intra ocular pressure (IOP). High IOP is a characteristic of glaucoma. CF101 was found to have a favorable safety profile and was well tolerated.

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Can-Fite submits Phase 3 RA trial protocol to EMA

Can-Fite BioPharma (NYSE MKT:CANF; TASE:CFBI) has submitted to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) a protocol design for a Phase 3 trial and registration plan for its lead compound, CF101, in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. The company previously had a pre-submission meeting with the EMA.

The global trial is expected to begin in either the second or third quarter of 2016. It will investigate the efficacy and safety of CF101 administered orally twice daily for 16 weeks to patients with active rheumatoid arthritis treated with conventional disease modifying drugs.

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Can-Fite unveils clinical milestones for 2016

Can-Fite BioPharma (NYSE MKT:CANF; TASE:CFBI) has announced its anticipated clinical milestones for 2016.

“We are very encouraged by the clinical and preclinical data from each of our drugs to date, which indicate their efficacy across six major indications,” CEO, Dr. Pnina Fishman, said in a statement.

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Can-Fite submits Phase 3 protocol for RA study

Can-Fite BioPharma (NYSE MKT:CANF; TASE:CFBI) has submitted its Phase 3 clinical study protocol to the Institutional Review Board of Barzilai Medical Center in Israel and will file similar submissions in several European countries, Canada and the U.S. for a pivotal Phase 3 trial of its lead drug candidate, CF101, in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

The Phase 3 protocol submission in Israel follows a successful meeting that Can-Fite concluded on Dec. 8 with the Medical Products Agency (MPA) in Sweden regarding the European registration of CF101 in the treatment of RA.

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