Enrollment commences in Adamis' APC-100 Phase 1/2a clinical prostate study

Published on August 31, 2011 at 12:48 AM · No Comments

Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corporation (OTCBB: ADMP) announced today that it enrolled the first patient in its Phase 1/2a clinical prostate study. Adamis' drug, APC-100, will be used to treat men with castrate-resistant prostate cancer (CRPR). Each patient will be assessed for toxicity, biochemical (Prostate Specific Antigen), radiographic and clinical responses. The study began at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center and will be extended to Wayne State University Karmanos Cancer Institute. Both of these institutions are currently named within "The Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Consortium." This Clinical Trials Consortium or Prostate Cancer Centers of Excellence is made up of a 13 member clinical trial research group. They capitalize on their scientific expertise and unique institutional resources in order to rapidly bring new discoveries to prostate cancer patients.

APC-100 has multiple modes of action. It is an orally available anti-androgenic/anti-inflammatory, signal transduction inhibitor drug. APC-100 has been shown to have higher therapeutic activity than the current marketed Standard of Care anti-androgens. Pre-clinical studies confirming the use of APC-100 for the treatment of prostate cancer were pioneered by Dr. George Wilding and his team. Dr. Wilding is the Assistant Dean for Oncology and Director of the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center. In addition to increasing time to tumor progression and survival, APC-100 also induced a significant decrease in PSA production. These and other characteristics make APC-100 a first-in-class compound for the potential treatment of both castrate-sensitive and castrate-resistant prostate cancer.

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