- Barrow Neurological Institute
- Baylor Scott & White Hospital
- University of California San Diego
- Imagion Biosystems
Everyone knows someone affected by cancer
- Less than 5% survive 5 years after diagnosis
- Over half are dead within 18 months
These statistics need to improve.
We have taken an innovative approach to developing new treatments. By in-licensing technologies, and then combining them in a unique way, we believe that we can develop an effective treatment for glioblastoma faster, and at a lower cost, than if we started from “scratch” independently. Collaboration is a critical aspect of our approach.
we are focused on three key technologies:
- Cancer inhibitors: a novel P13K (kinase) inhibitor has shown promise in the lab
- Scintillating nanoparticles: a drug delivery vehicle that can navigate through the bloodstream and small enough to cross the blood-brain barrier to target hard-to-reach tumors like those in the brain
- Cancer biomarkers: how much (or little) of these DNA fragments can identify patients more likely to benefit from treatment and to potentially measure how effective treatment is
The global market for glioblastoma treatments is growing rapidly, with a CAGR of 17.5%. By 2024, analysts estimate that the market will be 3.3 Billion (Source: Drug Development & Delivery).
Once we have established safety and efficacy standards per the requirements of the FDA, we plan to seek partners to advance our treatment through progressive clinical trials and then to commercialize it.
Research takes time and money. Bringing a drug to market now costs an average of $1.3 Billion and at least a decade, according to an analysis published by JAMA (The Journal of American Medical Association).
The unique combination of a drug delivery vehicle (scintiallating nanoparticle) coated in a cancer inhibitor (GCT.Glio.1, our novel P13K inhibitor) are being tested individually in parallel and will ultimately be tested in combination as a potential glioblastoma treatment.
- Imagion to develop nanocrystals for treating breast cancer
- Biotech Daily (newsletter) - Imagion, GCT work on nano-scintillator for breast cancer
- Imagion Biosystems (ASX:IBX) up on deal to develop breast cancer treatment
- Imagion Biosystems Enters Agreement to Develop Nanocrystals for Treating Breast Cancer
- Phoenix and Maricopa County Proclaim July 21st as Glioblastoma Awareness Day
- San Diego company aiming to target glioblastoma with nontechnology-based approach
The GCT Leadership team has extensive experience in medical sales, healthcare, and research. GCT also has a deep Scientific Advisory Board comprised of some of the world’s most renowned and highly regarded neurologists, neurosurgeons, and other clinicians.
Use of Proceeds
If the offering's maximum amount of $1,070,000 is raised:
|Use||Value||% of Proceeds|
|Research and Development||$763,177||71.3%|
|Patent and license cost||$50,878||4.8%|
|General and administrative||$101,757||9.5%|
|Legal and Accounting||$50,878||4.8%|
|University Scientific Consulting||$50,880||4.8%|
This is an offering of Class B Common Stock, under registration exemption 4(a)(6), in Global Cancer Technology, Inc. This offering must raise at least $10,000 by April 29, 2022 at 10:59pm ET. If this offering doesn’t reach its target, then your money will be refunded. Global Cancer Technology may issue additional securities to raise up to $1,070,000, the offering’s maximum.
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