• Novel Methods in Oncology for Drug Delivery and Dispersal

Dr. Vladimir Pak will be part of a webinar on "Innovations in Oncology" held by "Next Level Pharma" on December 1st, 2009 at 18:00. He will present the sufficient and necessary conditions for an ideal anticancer drug.

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Scientific VP, Dr. Vladimir Pak, published an article titled "The Use of AFP-Complexes to Induce Apoptosis in Cancer Cells.

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  • ICDDD 2008

Constab presented a poster at the 1st International Conference on Drug Design and Discovery that was held in Dubai, UAE from February 4-7, 2008. This conference presented cutting edge advances in various disciplines where scientific experts exhibited their findings.

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Poster Presentation

 


Constab Pharmaceutical Inc. is a Canadian biotech company that has developed a novel targeted-delivery platform involving alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) as a carrier for anticancer agents. Since most cancers express AFP receptors (AFPR), this technology could be used to treat the majority of cancers.



  • OncoShuttle™: A Targeted Drug-Delivery Platform

Constab Pharmaceutical has developed a unique technology named OncoShuttle™ allowing the delivery of anti-cancer drugs directly to cancer cells. A major advantage of this technology is that AFPR are absent or present in insufficient amounts on the surface of normal cells so the anticancer drugs would be avoiding healthy tissues. This would potentially eliminate or reduce side effects for the patients and improve their quality of life.

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  • Aimpila™: Constab drug candidate

Constab has developed a drug candidate called Aimpila™ which combines its proprietary drug-delivery platform OncoShuttle™ to a powerful apoptosis inducer. Aimpila™ has been tested in animal models and in human with various solid tumours. The results in 12 colorectal cancer patients have been presented at the ASCO meeting in Chicago on June 3.

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