Posts tagged prostate cancer
Profound Medical completes enrollment in TACT pivotal trial

Profound Medical (OTCQX:PRFMF; TSXV:PRN) has completed patient enrollment in the TACT pivotal study designed to further evaluate safety and efficacy of its TULSA-PRO medical device to ablate prostate tissue in patients with localized, organ-confined prostate cancer.

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Paradigm starts Profound Medical at buy

Paradigm Capital launched coverage of Profound Medical (TSXV:PRN; OTCQX:PRFMF) with a “buy” rating and price target of $2.25. The stock closed at 95 cents on Sept. 27.

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3DS processes first samples from PRECISE trial

3D Signatures (TSXV:DXD; OTCQB:TDSGF; FSE:3D0) has processed and analyzed the first batch of blood samples for the PRECISE prostate cancer trial at its new laboratory and corporate headquarters in the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto.

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Echelon starts Profound Medical at buy

Echelon Wealth Partners initiated coverage of Profound Medical (OTCQX:PRFMF; TSXV:PRN) with a “buy” rating and one-year price target of $4. The stock closed at 78 cents on March 14.

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3DS to present positive results for prostate cancer liquid biopsy

Dr. Sabine Mai, a co-founder and principle inventor of 3D Signatures (TSX-V:DXD; OTCQB:TDSGF; FSE:3D0), will present on Feb. 21 at the International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference in San Francisco, results of a prospective blood-based prostate cancer pilot study using the company’s TeloView software platform.

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Prostate cancer study shows benefit of 3DS’ telomere signature analysis

Data from a new study published recently in Urologic Oncology involving men with localized high-risk prostate cancer suggests that the use of 3D Signatures’ (OTCQB:TDSGF; TSX-V:DXD) technology platform, TeloView, may be a promising blood-based treatment-response biomarker in prostate cancer patients who are undergoing combined androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) and radiation therapy (RT).

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Mackie ups Profound Medical price target to $4.40

Mackie Research Capital raised its price target for Profound Medical (TSX-V:PRN) to $4.40 from $3.30 after the company reported third quarter results. The stock closed at $1 on Thursday.

Analyst Andre Uddin writes that his new valuation is based on applying a multiple of 4.2 times enterprise value to sales on a 2019 sales estimate to $86-million, discounted back by 50%.

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3D Signatures included in PRECISE prostate cancer trial

3D Signatures (TSX-V:DXD) announced its participation in a major clinical trial for prostate cancer diagnosis and management, known as PRECISE, marking the company's first step toward validation and approval of clinical risk assessment tests for prostate cancer.

PRECISE is led by renowned uro-oncologist and prostate cancer thought leader, Dr. Laurence Klotz, who is chairman of the Canadian Urology Research Consortium, the study sponsor.

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GeneNews, NueHealth partner in early cancer diagnostics

GeneNews (TSX:GEN) has entered into a partnership agreement with closely-held NueHealth, which delivers value-based healthcare solutions and connects patients directly to physicians through integrated provider networks.

Patients who access healthcare through NueHealth's provider networks will now be able to take advantage of three different screening tests: ColonSentry, earlyCDT-Lung and Prostate Health Index, which provide early risk stratification of colorectal, lung and prostate cancers.

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Mackie starts Profound Medical at speculative buy

Mackie Research Capital initiated coverage of Profound Medical (TSX-V:PRN) with a “speculative buy” rating and 12-month target price of $3.30. The stock was quoted at $1.45 at mid-day on Wednesday.

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Maxim ups Sophiris price target to $6

Maxim Group raised it price target for Sophiris Bio (NASDAQ:SPHS) to $6 from $4, citing better data of the company’s topsalysin drug candidate. The stock closed at $5.04 on Tuesday.

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BioLight’s CellDetect posts positive results in prostate cancer

BioLight Life Sciences (TASE:BOLT) reported promising results from a feasibility clinical study designed to detect prostate cancer cells in urine specimens using its CellDetect technology.

The study successfully demonstrated the feasibility of detecting intact cells originating in the prostate from urine samples following prostate massage.

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