3D-PREDICT is a prospective, open-label, non-interventional study to validate KIYATEC’s ovarian cancer drug response profile, which leverages the company’s ex vivo 3D cell culture technology platform to assess pre-treatment, patient-specific response to a panel of 11 drugs most commonly used to treat patients with newly diagnosed or recurrent ovarian cancer.
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“The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute is proud to offer 3D-PREDICT to our ovarian cancer patients. It is our hope that this trial will help develop a method to assist us in determining which drugs will most benefit individual patients and get them on the most effective treatment as quickly as possible,” said Michael Birrer, M.D., Ph.D., vice chancellor and director of the Cancer Institute.
KIYATEC leverages its proprietary ex vivo 3D cell culture technology platforms to accurately model and predict response to approved and investigational cancer drugs targeting a spectrum of solid tumors. The company’s Clinical Services business is currently engaged in the validation of clinical assays as well as investigator-initiated studies in ovarian cancer, breast cancer, glioblastoma and rare tumors, in its CLIA-certified laboratory. The company’s Drug Development Services business works in partnership with leading biopharmaceutical companies to unlock response dynamics for their investigational drug candidates across the majority of solid tumor types.