Titan Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TTNP) presented non-clinical data on the use of its ProNeura subdermal implant for the long-term, sustained delivery of liothyronine (L-T3) at the annual conference of the American Thyroid Association in Victoria, British Columbia.Read More
Titan Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TTNP), in a move to boost its product development and commercialization experience in the U.S., Europe and Asia, named Scott Smith and Dr. Rajinder Kumar to its board.Read More
Britain’s Computer Business Review has selected Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine implant as one of 10 future technologies that will change the world, along with autonomous vehicles, bionic exoskeletons, deep brain stimulation and Elon Musk's hyperloop, among others.Read More
Katherine Beebe, executive VP and chief development officer of Titan Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TTNP), was interviewed on Facebook Live yesterday in conjunction with the company ringing the closing bell at the exchange.
Dr. Beebe discussed Titan’s Probuphine implant, which was approved by the FDA earlier this year for the treatment of opioid addiction, and its sales and marketing partner, Braeburn Pharmaceuticals.Read More
Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine implant and marketing partner, closely-held Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, were featured in three presentations at the International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM) annual meeting in Montreal last week.
Probuphine, a subdermal implant of buprenorphine, is the first commercially available six-month maintenance treatment for opioid dependence. The FDA approved Probuphine in May.Read More
Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ: TTNP) Probuphine implant has been recognized as one of the "12 Most Important Innovations of the Year" in the health category in Popular Science's annual Best of What's New issue.
Probuphine, a subdermal implant developed using Titan's proprietary ProNeura technology, was approved by the FDA in May, becoming the first commercially available long-term maintenance treatment of opioid dependence in clinically stable patients on 8 mg or less a day of oral buprenorphine.Read More
New York’s WPIX-TV has produced a segment about Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine implant of buprenorphine as a new treatment in the battle against heroin and prescription painkiller addiction.Read More
The first 10 patients received treatment last week with Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine implant of buprenorphine, following FDA approval on May 26.
ProbuphineProbuphine was developed using Titan’s long-term, continuous drug delivery platform, ProNeura, for the maintenance treatment of opioid dependence.Read More
Closely-held Braeburn Pharmaceuticals has presented data from the poster of the Phase 3 study of Probuphine, a six-month subdermal buprenorphine implant for the long-term maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, at the annual scientific meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD).
The FDA recently approved Probuphine, which was developed by its partner, Titan Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TTNP), on May 26.Read More
Titan Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TTNP) has received a $15-million milestone payment from development and commercialization partner, Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, following FDA approval of Probuphine, the first six-month maintenance treatment of opioid dependence.
Under terms of the licensing agreement, closely-held Braeburn will pay Titan tiered royalties on net sales in the U.S. and Canada at rates ranging from the mid-teens to low-twenties. In addition, Titan is eligible for up to $165-million in milestone payments based on achievement of certain annual sales targets.Read More
The FDA has approved Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine implant, the first product for the long-term maintenance treatment of opioid dependence in clinically stable patients on 8 mg or less a day of oral buprenorphine.
“Opioid abuse and addiction have taken a devastating toll on American families. We must do everything we can to make new, innovative treatment options available that can help patients regain control over their lives,” said FDA commissioner Robert M. Califf, M.D. in a statement. “Today’s approval provides the first-ever implantable option to support patients’ efforts to maintain treatment as part of their overall recovery program.”Read More
CNBC has highlighted Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine six-month implant of buprenorphine in a feature about the treatment of opioid addiction and the crisis of fatal overdoses in the U.S.
The feature discusses the potential benefits of an implant, compared with current sublingual versions of buprenorphine, and the relatively low percentage of doctors authorized to write prescriptions for buprenorphine.Read More
Titan Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TTNP) has presented data from the last Phase 3 study of Probuphine, a six month subdermal buprenorphine implant for the long-term maintenance treatment of opioid addiction, at a poster session during the 47th Annual American Society of Addiction Medicine Annual Conference.
The data indicate that participants who were clinically stable on sublingual buprenorphine at a dose of 8 mg or less per day maintained stability when transferred to Probuphine, and that they were more likely to sustain abstinence from illicit opioids throughout the six months than participants who remained on sublingual buprenorphine.Read More
The FDA has provided written feedback to Titan Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TTNP) on the initial development plan for its proprietary ropinirole hydrochloride implant for Parkinson’s disease.
Based on the FDA’s feedback on the development plan submitted in December 2015, Titan is proceeding with the required non-clinical studies to support a potential IND submission in the fourth quarter of 2016, followed by an initial pharmacokinetic and proof-of-concept clinical study. Titan is pursuing a 505(b)(2) registration pathway for the implant.Read More
WMUR Channel 9 in Manchester, NH has produced a segment about Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine, the first long-acting, subdermal buprenorphine implant for the maintenance treatment of opioid addiction.
The news segment quotes Dr. Andy Mendenhall, regional director for CleanSlate, who says Probuphine is implanted under the skin via a “very, very simple incision” and is effective for six months.Read More
The FDA has extended its action date to consider approval of a NDA for Probuphine for the maintenance treatment of opioid addiction by the standard period to May 27 from Feb. 27.
Following the Psychopharmacologic Advisory Committee meeting in January, which recommended approval of Probuphine, the FDA requested additional changes to the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) portion of the NDA, which were promptly submitted by Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) development and commercialization partner, closely-held Braeburn Pharmaceuticals.Read More
The New York Times has published an article about addiction medicines that includes a segment about Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) Probuphine, the first long-acting, subdermal buprenorphine implant for the maintenance treatment of opioid addiction.
The article quotes Richard Rosenthal, medical director of addiction psychiatry at Mount Sinai Behavioral Health System in New York, who discusses how Probuphine solves three problems associated with opioid maintenance therapy. The first is the chance of resale or accidental exposure to the pills. “Also, there’s the opportunity for non-adherence — people forget, or don’t take their dose, which leaves them vulnerable again,” he said. “The other issue mentioned is that medicines have peaks and troughs. “People on various medications may have increased cravings during those troughs.”Read More
Titan Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ:TTNP) development and marketing partner, closely-held Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, and Knight Therapeutics (TSX:GUD) have entered into an agreement, giving Knight exclusive rights to commercialize Titan’s Probuphine in Canada.
Probuphine is an investigational subdermal implant designed to deliver buprenorphine continuously for six months following a single treatment, promoting patient compliance and retention, as well as helping to prevent accidental pediatric exposure.Read More