Therapix recently underwent an IPO on NASDAQ in the US of 2.3m ADS (worth $13.8m) to finance the clinical development of cannabinoid products. The lead clinical program, THX-TS01, is a combination of THC, the primary active ingredient in cannabis, and palmitoylethanolamide, a molecule generally regarded as safe, which is approved for use as a health supplement in some parts of Europe and Canada. THX-TS01 is currently in Phase II trials testing its potential for treating Tourette’s in adults. Therapix also has a preclinical program, dubbed THX-ULD01, seeking to treat mild cognitive impairment (MCI) using ultra-low dose THC, which is scheduled to begin Phase I trials in late Q217 or Q317. Both programs should qualify for a 505(b)(2) pathway to streamline their approval processes.

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