Bone Therapeutics Provides 2018 Half Year Update Including ALLOB® Allogeneic Cell Therapy Product

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Bone Therapeutics is a leading cell therapy company, founded in 2006, addressing high unmet needs in orthopaedics and bone diseases. Based in Gosselies, Belgium, the Company has a broad, diversified portfolio of bone cell therapy products in clinical development across a number of disease areas targeting markets with large unmet medical needs and limited innovation.

Bone Therapeutics’ technology is based on a unique, proprietary approach to bone regeneration, which turns undifferentiated stem cells into “osteoblastic”, or bone-forming cells. These cells can be administered via a minimally invasive procedure, avoiding the need for invasive surgery.

The Company’s primary clinical focus is ALLOB®, an allogeneic “off-the-shelf” cell therapy product derived from stem cells of healthy donors, which is in Phase II studies for the treatment of delayed-union fractures and spinal fusion. The Company also has an autologous bone cell therapy product, PREOB®, obtained from patient’s own bone marrow and currently in Phase III development for osteonecrosis of the hip.

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Bone Therapeutics’ cell therapy products are manufactured to the highest GMP standards and are protected by a rich IP estate covering nine patent families.

In February 2018, Bone Therapeutics completed patient recruitment in the ALLOB® Phase IIA spinal fusion study. Efficacy and safety data for the full set of 32 patients are expected mid-2019, post a follow-up period of 12 months.

“We have made significant progress over the first half of 2018 towards our goal of creating efficacious and commercially scalable bone cell therapy products to address large underserved patient populations. We have made advances clinically, secured significant depth of experience at the Board level and have the funds to ensure continued pace across our development programmes in the future. Looking to the second half of the year, we look forward to providing further data on our allogeneic and autologous programmes and our further clinical development plans.” – Thomas Lienard, Chief Executive Officer of Bone Therapeutics