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/IIa
Trial Purpose: To evaluate the safety, tolerability and preliminary efficacy of sub-retinally transplanted hRPCs in patients with advanced retinitis pigmentosa.
Status: Phase IIa is being expanded; data expected during 2021
Randomised, placebo-controlled study of efficacy and safety of CTX cells in subjects with disability following ischaemic stroke (PISCES III).
Clinical Trial Stage: Phase IIb
Trial Purpose: To assess the efficacy of intracerebral CTX0E03 DP by change in degree of dependency and disability from baseline, as measured by modified Rankin Score (mRS).
Status : Recruitment in the US suspended
Efficacy study of CTX cells in patients with stable paresis of the arm following an ischaemic stroke (PISCES II).
Clinical Trial Stage: Phase IIa
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 : Study completed
Safety study of CTX cells in the treatment of patients with stable ischaemic stroke (PISCES I).
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 : 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
Status: Study completed
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