Channel 7 News Journalist Jackie Quist recently interviewed Patrys CEO and MD, Dr James Campbell, together with Telethon Kids Institute’s, Professor Terrance Johns, and Cure Brain Cancer Foundation’s, Lance Kawaguchi. She also spoke with an exceptionally brave little girl, 4-year-old Bonnie, who is undergoing chemotherapy to treat brain cancer.
“Brave kids like Bonnie and her wonderful family are the reason we do what we do, they remind us of our goal and the pressing need for new therapies,” said Patrys CEO and MD, Dr James Campbell.
This story follows our recent announcement that Patrys’ collaborator, Professor Terrance Johns, has been awarded significant funding from Cure Brain Cancer Foundation‘s Clinical Accelerator to support research on Patrys’ PAT-DX1 and PAT-DX3 programs.
The funding will be used to investigate Patrys’ deoxymab assets PAT-DX1 and PAT-DX3 in both in vitro and in vivo studies of high-grade glioma (HGG), by combining with standard of care (SOC) treatments such as radiotherapy and temozolomide to determine efficacy.