LONDON, Jan. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Edison's comprehensive report on Cardio3 BioSciences, Healing failing hearts, analyses its C-Cure heart regenerative product, which uses a mix of powerful cell-signalling molecules to programme autologous stem cells to develop into heart muscle. This makes C-Cure a potentially powerful novel treatment for patients with weakened, scarred hearts, usually due to previous heart attacks. C-Cure showed positive efficacy endpoints in Phase II and median heart output increased by 25% relative to baseline. The CHART-1 Phase III in chronic ischaemic heart failure is underway using C-Cathez delivery to improve cell retention 3.6 fold. Data are expected in late 2015.
Based on clinical probabilities of EU 40% and US 25%, our healthcare team identifies the base case indicative value as €77 per share. Scenario risk variants range from €42 to €225 per share.
For the full report see: www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/company/cardio3-biosciences
Keywords: Cardio3 BioSciences, C-Cure, autologous stem cell therapy, ischaemic heart disease, bioscience, healthcare, Edison Investment Research.
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Overview of company: Cardio3 is developing a directed autologous stem cell therapy for chronic ischaemic heart disease. Cells are isolated from bone marrow and cultures for six to eight weeks. The product is in Phase III in the EU and on Phase III hold in the US while the FDA considers a delivery system.
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