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Adamis has a worldwide license to use a Tempol for the use of reducing radiation dermatitis in patients undergoing treatment for cancer.
Potential Indication: Cancer (Radiation induced dermatitis)
A phase 2 radiation dermatitis clinical study has already been successfully completed as well as discussions with the FDA regarding the design of a pivotal phase 3 study.
Radiation therapy is a common treatment for cancer patients. One of the most common side effects of radiation is acute skin reaction (radiation dermatitis) that ranges from a mild rash to severe ulceration. Approximately 85% of patients treated with radiation therapy will experience a moderate-to-severe skin reaction. There are no approved treatments currently for Radiation Induced Dermatitis.