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Q&A – Clinical trials

2cureX is happy to receive a number of questions and comments from our present and from potential future shareholders.

With the present Questions & Answers (Q&A) section, we would like to make these questions and their answers publicly available. Additional questions/comments should be mailed to info@2cureX.com.

In your press release regarding recruitment of the last patient int the TICC1 trial, it is mentioned that clinical data will be available after eight weeks. When shall we expect such data to be published?

Posted on 2020-10-04
It is expected that the final clinical data of the TICC1 trial will be published in Q1 2021. It is correct as the Principal Investigator Lars Henrik Jensen stated in the press release that the patients will go through a follow-up examination eight weeks after the IndiTreat-guided treatment is started. At the follow-up the effect of the treatment is evaluated by CT scanning. Thereafter data from all patients will need to be assembled, evaluated and published. We expect this finalized in the first quarter of 2021.

Have you started enrolling patients into your clinical study?

Posted on 2018-03-20
Yes, the first patients were enrolled end of October 2017. In February 2018 we had successfully enrolled the first 10 patients.

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