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Pharmaceutical research company Pharmaxis Ltd (ASX: PXS) today announced that following positive clinical Phase 1A study results, it has begun dosing healthy subjects in the second stage of its study of an oral anti-fibrotic Lysyl Oxidase (LOX) inhibitor. This drug is being targeted to treat cancers including myelofibrosis and pancreatic cancer.Read full media release - pdf
Pharmaceutical research company Pharmaxis Ltd (ASX: PXS) has received a $6.2 million R&D tax incentive in relation to the 2019 financial year. The receipt of this incentive adds to the Company’s cash funds, which were $31 million at 30 June 2019.
The 2019 incentive effectively reduces Pharmaxis 2019 expenditure on research and development by more than 40%.
Pharmaxis CEO Gary Phillips said, “The R&D tax incentive provides significant leverage to the Pharmaxis research team’s development of new drugs for inflammation and fibrotic diseases. The Pharmaxis research team has taken four in-house compounds to Phase 1 trials in just five years and in the 2019 year alone completed phase 1 trials in two LOXL2 inhibitors, commenced phase 1 trials in a systemic LOX inhibitor compound and advanced a topical LOX inhibitor through preclinical development.”Read full media release - pdf
Pharmaceutical research company Pharmaxis (ASX: PXS) has welcomed its inclusion in a new report which ranks the company among the top 100 most innovative pharma companies in the APAC region.
The report prepared by Cortellis and entitled “Pharmaceutical innovation in the APAC region”, studied a cohort of 929 companies (including multi-nationals) across 14 countries/regions that have or are developing innovative pharmaceutical products.
Pharmaxis was ranked 38 out of the 100 companies named as innovators in the small to medium- sized enterprises category. Amongst the 14 Australian companies included in the top 100, Pharmaxis was ranked second.
The Cortellis Report can be downloaded at: http://discover.clarivate.com/APAC_PharmaRankingRead full media release - pdf