When There’s a Will – There’s a Way

Our team is committed to improving the lives of cancer patients.

Introduction

Because GLIOBLASTOMA BRAIN cancer shouldn’t be a death sentence

Global Cancer Technology is a non-revenue biopharma company developing a novel treatment for cancers. We are developing a small molecule PI3K inhibitor that can cross the blood-brain barrier and has shown great promise in preclinical cell and animal studies as a potential glioblastoma therapy.

Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) is the most common form of brain cancer with an incidence rate of 3.21 per 100,000 population.

It is also the most malignant and aggressive form of brain tumor.

Most GBM’s have strong drug resistance against the PI3K/AKT/mTOR inhibitors due to the cytoprotective effect and the adaptive response of autophagy during the treatment.

Standard GBM treatments are toxic and associated with poor prognosis.

  • Radiation can affect surrounding normal brain tissue
  • Chemo has systemic adverse effects

 

“Global Cancer Technology has the only radioactivated drug transport technology of its kind in the world. When successfully commercialized, the company will significantly impact cancer treatment outcomes and establish itself as a leader in this cancer treatment delivery market.”
Dr. Santosh Kesari
World-renowned Neuro-Oncologist-John Wayne Cancer Insitute

New Data! Glioblastoma Tumor Growth is Arrested

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Our first anti-cancer inhibitor (patent pending) is currently in pre-clinical trials. Tumor growth in mice is arrested and the tumor appears to degrade based on the latest data.
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The Problem

GBM's Unique Treatment Challenges
PI3K-AKT pathway is upregulated causing

Resistance to

  • - Chemotherapy
  • - Radiantion
  • - Immunotherapy

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Suppression of

  • - Immune Molecules
  • - Lysosome Biogenesis

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Activation of Microglia with the production of

  • - Cytokines
  • - Toxic Reactive Oxygen Species

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Solution

OUR Solution: GCT-007

A unique, mechanistically distinct dual inhibitor targeting both the PI3K and mTOR pathways.

  • Targets a novel PI3K pathway – autophagy
  • Eliminates the problem of signaling blockade with conventional PI3K inhibitors by targeting more than one signaling protein
  • Modulates immune cell function and inflammatory responses
  • Crosses the Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB)

GCT-007 has thus far proven to:

  • Induce Growth Arrest
  • Increase Immune Recognition
  • Increase Sensitivity to Radiation

Timeline

Research takes time and money. Bringing a drug to market now costs an average of $ 1.3 Billion and can take up to a decade in time. It is extremely challenging and with less funding, it can take even longer. Yet the potential to change lives makes it an attractive pursuit despite the complexity and risks.

2024
Entering final preclinical studies in Glioblastoma with Medical College Of Wisonsin
2024
Begin new study with Brown University on inhibiting Diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas (DIPGS) brain tumors in children
2024
Targeting for Phase 1
Clinical Trial in Glioblastoma
2025
Targeting for Phase 2
Clinical Trial in Glioblastoma mid-
2025
Targeting for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Phase 1 Clinical Trial with University of Colorado mid-year.
2024
Begin investigative
studies on the
inhibition of psoriasis.

Patent/Licenses/IP

GCT has acquired the right/license to the following the patents
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