Project Description

Reducing The Side Effects Of Chemotherapy

Date & Time:

March 24, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Often times cancer treatment is as debilitating as the disease itself because of the extreme toxicity of many of the medications.

Tosk’s patented technology enables them to efficiently identify side-effect-blocking compounds that would be difficult and costly to discover using traditional methods. Their three drugs reduce the side effects of some of the most widely prescribed cancer medications including Chemo.

Tosk offers:

  • An experienced leadership team with multiple pharma exits
  • De-risked opportunity with multiple drugs in the pipeline
  • A new technology to develop drugs for indications that are considered “undruggable”
Join our webinar to learn more about Tosk from CEO, Brian Frenzel and how reducing side-effects allows for higher dosing, and can even keep patients on treatment longer, leading to better outcomes.

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