Published in Drug Law Weekly, July 26th, 2005
CTCE-9908 is designed to block CXCR4, a receptor found on the surface of cancer cells. CTCE-9908 inhibits the growth and spread of certain common cancers, with the potential for use with existing therapies (chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation) to improve treatment outcomes.
The patent entitled "Therapeutic Chemokine Receptor Antagonists", with a term lasting to August 2019, covers some of the methods by which CTCE-9908 treats cancer. It...
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