Irreversible pan-HER tyrosine kinase inhibitor
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· Early Breast Cancer : As a single agent, for the extended adjuvant treatment of adult patients with early stage HER2-positive breast cancer, to follow adjuvant trastuzumab-based therapy.
· Metastatic Breast Cancer : In combination with capecitabine, for the treatment of adult patients with advanced or metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer who have received two or more prior anti-HER2 based regimens in the metastatic setting.
· Early Breast Cancer : As a single agent, for the extended adjuvant treatment of adult patients with early-stage hormone receptor positive HER2-overexpressed/amplified breast cancer and who completed adjuvant trastuzumab-based therapy less than one year ago.
Gobal treatment guideline
1. NCCN guideline 2020, Breast Cancer (National Comprehensive Cancer Network)
Early Breast Cancer
Consider extended adjuvant neratinib following adjuvant trastuzumab containing therapy for patient with HR-positive disease with a perceived high risk of recurrence
Metastatic or Recurrent Breast Cancer
In combination with capecitabine, for the treatment of patients with metastatic or recurrent HER2 positive breast cancer
Metastatic or Recurrent Breast Cancer – Brain Metastases
In combination with capecitabine or paclitaxel, for the treatment of patients with metastatic or recurrent HER2-positive breast cancer with brain metastases
Gradishar, William J., et al. "NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines®)."
Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network 18, 4 (2020). NCCN Guidelines v1. 2019. Central Nervous System Cancers
2. ESMO guideline 2019, Early breast cancer (European Society for Medical Oncology)
Early Breast Cancer
Extended anti-HER2 therapy with neratinib may be considered in selected high-risk patients, not previously treated with dual blockade, and with appropriate diarrhoea prophylaxis and management
|Cardoso, F., et al. "Early breast cancer: ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines for diagnosis, treatment and follow-up"|
Annals of Oncology 30, 8 (2019): 1194-1220.
Medical device for Oral Mucositis(OM) and Dry Mouth(DM)
Mucosamin® is a CE marked medical device and is an oral liquid formulation that helps prevent and treat oralmucositis caused by chemotherapy or radiation therapy 1)2). In 25-45% of chemotherapy patients, 25-60% of radiotherapy patients, and 5-15% of bone marrow transplant patients, grade 3/4 severe oral mucositisdevelops3). The primary symptom of oral mucositis is serious pain, which can lead to secondary inflammationand nutritional problems beyond just discomfort. Currently, oral mucositis treatment is empirically performed and there is lack of products to meet unmet needs.
Hyaluronic acid, the main ingredient of mucosamin, prevents cell damage through antioxidant activity and helps wound healing by physically forming a protective film. In addition, the patented cluster of amino acids (Glycine, L-Proline, L-Leucine, L-Lysine), collagen precursor restores mucosal ulcers and protects fibroblasts4)5)6)7).
Mucosamin® has proven efficacy in treating and preventing oral mucositis through functional differentiation and is a competitive medical device that can expand to the dry mouth market with hydration effect.
1) Professional Dietetics. Mucosamin® Mouthwash Instructions for Use
2) Professional Dietetics. Mucosamin® Spray Instructions for Use
3) Trotti A et al. Mucositis incidence, severity and associated outcomes in patients with head and neck cancer receiving radiotherapy with or without chemotherapy: a systematic literature review. Radiother Oncol. 2003 Mar;66(3):253-62
4) Colella, G. et al. Aminoacid-enriched sodium hyaluronate enhances keratinocyte scattering, chemotaxis and wound healing through integrin 1-dependent mechanisms. J Stomatol Invest. 2009: 3; 21-29
5) Mariggio, M. A. et al. Enhancement of fibroblast proliferation, collagen biosynthesis and production of growth factors as a result of combining sodium hyaluronate and amino acids. Int J Immunopathol Pharmacol. 2009: 22; 485-492
6) Favia, G. et al. Accelerated wound healing of oral soft tissues and angiogenic effect induced by a pool of amino acids combined to sodium hyaluronate (Aminogam®). J Biol Regul Homeost Agents. 2008: 22; 109-116
7) Corsetti, G et al. Topical application of dressing with amino acids improves cutaneous wound healing in aged rats. Acta histochemical. 2010: 112: 497-507
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