Patented TriKE® Technology creates cancer cell serial killers
Natural Killer cells are one of the immune systems most effective ways to fight off cancer. However, current treatment options are limited, costly, and come with serious side effects.
GTBP's proprietary TriKE® technology causes NK cells to become cancer serial killers. Our FDA clinical trial results demonstrate the TriKE's ability to engage your body's own NK cells to target and kill cancer cells. (*See video of NK cells in action at right).
Join us for an exclusive presentation to learn more about the science and benefits of our proprietary TriKE® therapies for the treatment of cancer.
Patented TriKE® Technology creates cancer cell serial killers
Demonstrated clinical benefit from reduced cancer levels seen in phase 1
In cancer levels in phase I clinical trials
Like cytokine storm
Higher doses show a clean safety profile
Increases NK cell numbers without cell therapy
Started Iovance, a $7B biotech company
Mr. Cataldo founded GT Biopharma Inc. upon joining the Board of Directors and subsequently Chairman and CEO in in July of 2014, where he changed the Company's profile with the inclusion of oncology assets. From February 2011 to June 2013 Mr. Cataldo served as Founder and Chairman/CEO of Iovance Biotherapeutics, Inc., (IOVA).
Mr. Cataldo created the highly successful IOVA/Genesis with the inclusion of assets acquired from the National Cancer Institute for the treatment of stage four melanoma.
Consulting Chief Science Officer
Leading expert on NK cells
Jeffrey S. Miller, MD, is currently a Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota. He is the Deputy Director of the University of Minnesota Masonic Comprehensive Cancer Center. He has more than 20 years of experience studying the biology of NK cells and other immune effector cells and their use in clinical immunotherapy with over 170 peer-reviewed publications.
He is a member of numerous societies such as the American Society of Hematology, the American Association of Immunologists, a member of the American Society of Clinical Investigation since 1999. He serves on the editorial board for Blood and is a reviewer for a number of journals and NIH grants.
All of us are trying to have an NK cell kill a cancer cell, however only our proprietary TriKE® technology creates new NK cell "serial killers" in your body.
|Market cap||$8.64B||$1.35B||$1.1B||$300M and growing|
|NOT A CELL THERAPY|
|No Side Effects|
|INCREASES PATIENTS ENDOGENOUS NK CELL NUMBERS|
|Cost effective treatment|
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Cell therapy is one of the most expensive treatment options costing $500,000 to $2,000,000 per patient.
Our per patient cost is up to $300,000 and is covered by insurance.
Trike® expected cost
Cell Therapy is also limited to helping 4-5,000 patients per year when millions of people need this treatment. By using a protein biologic drug hundreds of thousands of patients will receive treatment.
Cell Therapy is limited due to high manufacturing costs, limited supply and lack of clinical utility. It only works in very few use cases. TriKE therapy has none of these limitations.
Learn more about our revolutionary technology TriKE® and how GTBP support will create measurable results for the future of cancer treatment.
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