Redx Pharma is a drug discovery and development company formed in 2010. It is focused on improving the characteristics of existing drug classes to create best-in-class new drugs in the areas of cancer, infection and autoimmune disease. The company's work has been endorsed by partnerships with global pharmaceutical companies and the NHS.

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Redx confirms potential role for Porcupine inhibitor in cancer immunotherapy
20 September 2016

Redx Pharma Plc is pleased to confirm that its lead cancer treatment, the Porcupine inhibitor (RXC004), has a potential role in cancer immunotherapy. Redx scientists have demonstrated that the Porcupine inhibitor could have a crucial role in improving the immune system response of some cancer patients when used in combination with an existing immunotherapy, anti-programmed cell death-1 (anti-PD-1).

Anti-PD-1 therapy activates the immune system to recognise and attack tumours. While treatment with PD-1 inhibitors, also known as Checkpoint inhibitors, is a significant breakthrough in cancer treatment, not all patients respond.

Redx has been testing a combination therapy that uses both the Porcupine inhibitor RXC004 and an anti-PD-1 antibody in a cancer model. The data demonstrates that the combination therapy significantly improves the ratio of favourable T-cells, which attack tumours, to the immunosuppressive T-cells that allow tumours to grow unrecognised, when compared to only using an anti-PD-1 therapy. This suggests that a combination therapy could potentially improve patient response rates.

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