Some of the most common cancer treatments have side effects that can be excruciatingly painful, dose-limiting, and potentially fatal. Tosk has developed first-in-class drugs with new mechanisms of action that selectively block the adverse effects of existing treatments without reducing their efficacy. For example, in a recent study Tosk’s TK-90 prevented virtually all mucositis, a painful side effect of chemotherapy that causes patients to have trouble speaking, eating, or even opening their mouths.
Please join our webinar on May 27 to hear from Tosk CEO, Brian Frenzel, and how the company is reducing the toxicity of cancer treatments so patients receive better care.
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