TAE Life Sciences is developing a next-generation boron neutron capture therapy for cancer. After recently introducing Alphabeam, a compact and affordable accelerator-based neutron system suitable for hospital settings, the company is now focusing on the development of novel boron drugs with improved tumor selectivity and increased 10B loads.
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10/2021 | Business Wire
TAE Life Sciences to Sponsor Industry Expert Theater “New Era in Biologically-Targeted Radiation Therapy” at 2021 ASTRO Annual Meeting
The session, “New Era in Biologically-Targeted Radiation Therapy: Clinical Application and Technical Advancement in Boron Neutron Capture Therapy” will feature presentations by Timothy Malouff, M.D., Mayo Clinic, Ester Orlandi, M.D., National Center of Oncological Hadrontherapy (CNAO) and Kendall Morrison, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, TAE Life Sciences. They will discuss the clinical application and technical advancements in BNCT for the treatment of invasive, recurrent and difficult to treat cancers.
9/2021 | Business Wire
TAE Life Sciences Partners with BEC to Incorporate Specialized Robotic Patient Positioning System in its Alphabeam™ System for High-Precision Boron Neutron Capture Therapy
During BNCT, it is essential that the patient is positioned accurately in relation to the radiation beam and that the radiation therapist has the ability to adjust the patient’s position throughout the whole treatment session. BEC will be developing a unique chair setup that will allow for flexible patient treatment in a seated position in addition to the traditional treatment couch configuration. Exclusively designed for TLS’ Alphabeam™ Neutron System, the chair is optimal for treating specific types of head and neck cancers.
9/2021 | Businesswire
TAE Life Sciences Announces Installation of First Accelerator-based Neutron Beam System for Biologically Targeted Radiation Therapy at Xiamen Humanity Hospital in China
TLS’ Neutron Beam System enables a new treatment modality for patients diagnosed with the most aggressive and recurrent cancers such as gliomas, head and neck tumors, and melanomas, by delivering more precise, targeted radiation to cancer cells while sparing damage to surrounding healthy tissue. This technique holds promise in treating patients with cancer for whom other treatment options have been exhausted or are unavailable.
7/2021 | Businesswire
TAE Life Sciences Announces Scientific Advisory Board to Advance Cancer Research in Boron-Neutron Capture Therapy
BNCT is unique in its ability to deliver targeted therapy to destroy cancer cells with biological precision and has shown compelling results in treating some of the most challenging cancers, including brain, head and neck tumors and melanomas. BNCT uses the benign boron-10 isotope in a targeting drug that naturally embeds within fast-growing cancer cells, which then receive an intense, highly localized dose of radiation activated by a low-energy neutron beam.