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Positive Clinical Breast Cancer Data Presented for NuView’s Molecular Imaging Biomarker NLS-VPAC1
Date:3/13/2013

PARK CITY, UT (PRWEB) March 13, 2013

NuView Life Sciences (NLS), a privately-held company developing next generation imaging diagnostic biomarkers with the ability to identify and locate disease in the earliest stages of development, today announced the presentation of positive clinical results for its Breast Cancer imaging agent NLS-VPAC1 (TP3805) at the 2nd World Congress on Ga-68 in Chandigarh, India on Feb 28th. NuView Life Sciences possesses exclusive worldwide commercialization rights to NLS-VPAC1.

Mathew Thakur, Ph.D., academic collaborator, Professor of Radiology and Director of Radiopharmaceutical Research and Molecular Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University (TJU), Philadelphia, presented data from his investigator-lead, Phase 1 feasibility study that imaged Breast Cancer in 19 patients by utilizing NLS-VPAC1 (labeled with the radioisotope 64Cu) with PET (positron emission tomography) and PEM (positron emission mammography). NLS-VPAC1 unequivocally identified 100% (n=20) of the malignant lesions, irrespective of their hormonal status. In addition, NLS-VPAC1 detected four sentinel lymph nodes (100%). NLS-VPAC1 imaging can be performed within 15 minutes of injection and does not require patient fasting or monitoring of their glycemic levels (unlike F-18-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG-PET), which is not a cancer-specific agent). Due to this rapid tumor uptake, NuView is additionally investigating use of NLS-VPAC1 labeled with the shorter half-lived isotope gallium-68. This pharmaceutical labeled with Ga-68 can be produced by generators at local radiopharmacies. NLS-VPAC1 imaging can be performed on any current or future PET-based instruments.

“We are very pleased about the results of NLS-VPAC1, these data are consistent with our hypothesis and its potential for non-invasive detection and localization of malignant tumors in the breast and potentially other tissues like prostate, bladder and lung,” stated Dr.
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