Curis is an oncology company trying to develop an inhibitor of IRAK-4. They have shown positive results in AML/MDS in spliceosome/FLT3 mutation patients as well as their non-target group. This will hopefully allow them to get accelerated approval with the FDA but they still have some hurdles to overcome.
Longeveron is a cell therapy company looking to develop their Medicinal Signaling Cell therapy, Lomacel-B, in aging patients. They are focusing on Alzheimer’s Disease, Aging Frailty as well as Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, but there’s something off that makes me question the therapy’s potential.
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