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Bio-Thera Cleared for US Trial of FRα ADC for Solid Tumor Cancers

publication date: Mar 26, 2024

Guangzhou Bio-Thera was cleared to start a US Phase II trial for BAT8006, an ADC targeting Folate Receptor α (FRα). The study will enroll patients with platinum-resistant epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube or primary peritoneal cancer. BAT8006 was developed using Bio-Thera's proprietary anti-FRα antibody and proprietary ADC linker-payload combination inhibitor. In preclinical studies, the candidate showed potential for good stability and safety along with strong anti-tumor activity. The company said BAT8006 showed a strong bystander effect in a Phase I trial. Bio-Thera is developing a portfolio of 24 novel and biosimilar candidates. More details....

Stock Symbol: (SHA: 688177)

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