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A Small Molecule Cancer Drug That Promotes an Adaptive Immune Response The Bio Report

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Phosplatin Therapeutics is developing a class of small molecule cancer therapies designed to avoid the problems of drug resistance and toxicity associated with chemotherapies. The company’s lead experimental therapy is a first-in-class small molecule that promotes immunogenic cell death, a type of cell death that elicits an immune response. We spoke to Matthew Price, co-founder, executive vice president, and chief operating officer of Phosplatin, about the company’s lead therapy, its multiple mechanisms of action, and why it may have benefit in a broad range of cancers.

Phosplatin Therapeutics is developing a class of small molecule cancer therapies designed to avoid the problems of drug resistance and toxicity associated with chemotherapies. The company’s lead experimental therapy is a first-in-class small molecule that promotes immunogenic cell death, a type of cell death that elicits an immune response. We spoke to Matthew Price, co-founder, executive vice president, and chief operating officer of Phosplatin, about the company’s lead therapy, its multiple mechanisms of action, and why it may have benefit in a broad range of cancers.

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