Can-Fite BioPharma (NYSE: CANF) has just released results of a study that shows a CBD rich T3/C15 cannabis fraction inhibited the growth of cancerous liver cells. It is another major announcement from a company that has made a lot of news lately.
• Can-Fite has existing out-licensing deals worth up to $130 million.
• They completed a successful preclinical study for a topical ED treatment.
• Their drug candidate Namodenoson is expected to enter a pivotal Phase III study in Q4 2021.
Join our webinar to hear from Can-Fite CEO, Pnina Fishman as she shares details on all the company’s latest news and their plans for the future.
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