PISCES safety study of CTX cells in the treatment of patients with stable ischaemic stroke

Clinical Trial Stage: Phase I

Trial Purpose: To test safety of CTX cells delivered by injection into the damaged brains of male patients > 60 left moderately to severely disabled 6 months to 5 years following an ischaemic stroke

Status : Study completed


Efficacy study of CTX cells in patients with stable paresis of the arm following an ischaemic stroke

Clinical Trial Stage: Phase II

Trial Purpose: To determine if treatment at a dose of 20m cells improves recovery in use of paretic arm in stroke patients to justify a larger pivotal study

Status : Data Reported


Non-interventional, observational study for patients with stable ischaemic stroke to document clinical course and establish pool of patients for on-going trials

Clinical Trial Stage: Observational

Trial Purpose: To build data set in untreated disabled stroke patients and facilitate on-going clinical trials

Next milestone: Study completed, data expected H2 2016


Ascending dose safety study of CTX cells in patients with lower limb ischaemia

Clinical Trial Stage: Phase I

Trial Purpose: To investigate the safety and tolerability of intramuscular injections of CTX cells in patients with peripheral arterial disease

Next milestone: Short term safety readout H1 2017


Open label prospective study of the safety and tolerability of the human retinal progenitor cell (hRPC) therapy candidate in the treatment of patients with retinitis pigmentosa

Clinical Trial Stage: Phase I/II

Trial Purpose: To evaluate the safety, tolerability and preliminary efficacy of sub-retinally transplanted hRPCs in up to 15 patients with advanced retinitis pigmentosa

Next milestone: Initial safety data H1 2017


 

 

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