BiomedReports, the news portal covering the biomedical news and financial sector is profiling Access Pharma in a special report today.
With shares of Cell Therapeutics staging an astonishing comeback rising from $.08 cents a share at the time of BiomedReport's original article in early February to as high as $1.85 during intraday trading yesterday, biomedical reporter Mike Havrilla went in search of another out-of-favor name in the cancer biotech space.
What he found was Access Pharma, an emerging bio-pharma company which is focusing on the development of a late-stage, diversified oncology pipeline in addition to an FDA approved treatment for a side effect of some cancer treatments known as mucositis (painful sores in the mouth and GI mucosal lining).
Valued at roughly $30M, ACCP has multiple shots at goal in its clinical pipeline in addition to a reduced risk profile because the compounds in development are improved versions of existing drugs with established mechanisms of action.
Havrilla's full special report appears today at BiomedReports.com
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