Salarius Pharmaceuticals Announces Dr. Daniela Santiesteban to Participate in Panel Discussion on Targeted Cancer Therapies During Virtual NobleCon17 Investor Conference
Details of the panel discussion are as follows:
|Panel||Targeted Cancer Therapeutics|
During the event,
Salarius is developing seclidemstat, a reversible LSD1 inhibitor that is now being studied in two clinical trials — one trial in relapsed/refractory Ewing sarcoma, a rare and deadly pediatric bone and soft tissue cancer, and a second trial in advanced solid tumors (AST). Salarius expects to establish maximum tolerated dose (MTD) in its Ewing sarcoma trial and advance into the dose-expansion phase of the Ewing sarcoma trial in early 2021. Salarius also expects to expand the same trial to include additional select sarcomas that share a similar biology to Ewing sarcoma, also known as Ewing-related sarcomas.
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