One Drug Targeting Diabetes, Lupus, And Five Other Indications.

About this Event

Veralox is developing treatments targeting the 12-Lipoxygenase pathway, which has been implicated in immuno-inflammatory diseases including Type 1 Diabetes, Lupus, Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT), and four other indications.

HIT occurs in 300,000 patients in the US alone, which can result in stroke, amputation and death in up to 30% of affected patients.

Veralox’s lead program VLX-1005 targets the root cause of HIT via the 12-Lipoxygenase target and is being developed as a potential treatment. VLX-1005 has received orphan drug and fast-track designation from the FDA and has begun Phase 2 clinical sites that include Stanford and Yale.

Veralox is also in the process of gathering preclinical data internally and via sponsored research for their second program, VLX-2000, an oral medication targeting Type 1 Diabetes, Lupus, and other immune complex diseases.

Watch the webinar with Veralox CEO, Jonathan Mow to hear the full story and hear why Hatteras Venture Partners, Genesys Capital, Sanofi Ventures, JDRF T1D Fund, and others have all backed the company.

Video On Demand

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February 7


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