- Featuring Global Experts in Ayurveda and Pharmacology
December 16, 2020 7 AM PST- 10 AM EST- 8:30 PM IST
- Panel Discussion and Q & A to follow
The webinar will take place on
“For thousands of years Ayurveda has been a safe and trusted approach to healing. Now during the Covid-19 pandemic, our clinical trials are studying its potential to treat inflammation, fevers and respiratory viruses,” said
“As we enter the colder months in
Geetha Krishnan, M.D. (Ayurveda), BAMS
Renu Dixit, MD (Ayurveda) Ph.D., BAMS
Wanjun Chen, M.D. Saran Saund, CBO Mateon Therapeutics
- Hitesh Windlas,
Founder and ManagingDirector Windlas Biotech Pvt. Ltd.
ARTIVeda ™- an Ethnobiology Drug
Mateon is pursuing several avenues with respect to the development and commercialization of ARTIVeda™ in the treatment of COVID-19. ARTIVeda™ is Ayurveda - Dvipaantara Damanaka - and is labeled as a capsule containing Artemisia Powder 500mg. It is a demonstration of how Ethnobiology can be used to drive drug development against emerging pandemics.
The classical pharmaceutical regulatory pathways have failed to provide fast-track to treatment. Government resources have concentrated on a few candidates most of which have failed. The Ayurvedic medicine route is proving to be an accelerated pathway to deploy a well-known, abundantly available and cost effective Ayurvedic medicine that is safe and being proven in-vitro and large-scale clinical trial to be effective.
ARTIVeda ™ - Commercialization in
Mateon announced that ARTIVeda™ has been approved for manufacture and marketing by the Ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy) in
ARTI-19 Multi-national Phase IV Trial, Currently in
Mateon announced the enrollment of its first patient in a Phase IV study ARTI-19, “A Prospective, Randomized, Multi-center, Open label, Interventional Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Artemisinin 500 mg capsule in Treatment of Adult Subjects with COVID-19”. This trial will compare the efficacy of oral doses with standard-of-care (SOC) versus SOC alone. This is a global study with India to contribute at least 300 patients to the total aggregate of 3000 patients.
Mateon was created by the recent reverse merger with Oncotelic, which became a wholly owned subsidiary of Mateon, thereby creating an immuno-oncology company dedicated to the development of first in class RNA therapeutics as well as small molecule drugs against cancer and infectious diseases. OT-101, the lead immuno-oncology drug candidate of Mateon/Oncotelic, is a first-in-class anti-TGF-βRNA therapeutic that exhibited single agent activity in some relapsed/refractory cancer patients in clinical trial settings. OT-101 also has activity against SARS-CoV-2. Mateon/Oncotelic is seeking to leverage its deep expertise in oncology drug development to improve treatment outcomes and survival of cancer patients with a special emphasis on rare pediatric cancers. Mateon has rare pediatric designation for OT-101 for DIPG, CA4P for melanoma, and OXi4503 for AML.
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Source: Mateon Therapeutics, Inc.