Cannabics Pharmaceuticals to Initiate in-vivo Dose Response Study on Proprietary Colorectal Cancer Drug Candidate RCC-33

On March 31, 2021 Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTCQB: CNBX), a global leader in the development of cancer related cannabinoid-based medicine, reported it is initiating a Dose Response in-vivo Study in mice; results to be included as part of the Product Package to be submitted to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration along with a Pre-IND meeting request (Press release, Cannabics Pharmaceuticals, MAR 31, 2021, View Source [SID1234578706]).

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The Dose Response Study comes in light of previously reported results indicating a 33% reduction in tumor volume and a 35% prolonged survival rate in mice inoculated with human colorectal cancer cells and exposed to Cannabics RCC-33.

Eyal Barad Cannabics Pharmaceuticals co-founder and CEO said: "the entire Cannabics team is filled with enthusiasm as we see our own formula having such promising results on animals. Our priority and attention is in advancing RCC-33 down the clinical and regulatory pathway in a timely and efficient manner to be potentially become a part of the standard of care and treatment regimen for colorectal cancer patients."