Accelerating Precision Medicine™

POINT Biopharma develops next-generation radioligand therapies for the treatment of cancer

What is Nuclear Medicine?

Improving cancer outcomes with Radioligand Therapies

POINT Biopharma is a clinical-stage global pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of radioligand therapies for the treatment of cancer. Radioligands offer improved efficacy and superior safety profiles versus platform chemotherapy agents and can provide patients and their families the very best possible outcomes.

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The Science of Radioligand Therapy

Although it may seem futuristic, radioligand therapy is a safe and proven treatment method for a variety of cancers.

First a scan is performed

Next the drug is administered

The drug then seeks out cancer

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Our Treatment Pipeline

We are dedicated to expanding access to radiology therapies, making them applicable to more cancers, accessible to more people, and improving the lives of patients and their families. Here are the compounds we are currently developing:
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News

POINT Biopharma joins Tri-party Collaboration to Advance Ga-68 Imaging Products

ARTMS has entered into a tri-party co-operation with fellow industry leaders, POINT Biopharma and the Canadian Molecular Imaging Probe Consortium (CanProbe), a joint venture between the Centre for Probe Development...

POINT Biopharma Releases New Data and Exercises Option for Best-in-Class FAP Inhibitor

Unique FAP targeting warhead combined with Actinium-225 or Lutetium-177 demonstrated complete tumor regression and long-term survival in preclinical models. Initiation of a Phase 1 therapeutic clinical trial planned for 1H2022

POINT Biopharma Announces Initiation of Randomization for its Phase 3 SPLASH study Evaluating PNT2002 for mCRPC

25 patient dosimetry and safety run-in met all pre-specified safety and efficacy criteria, Initiated patient enrollment in Canada with additional countries to begin enrolling in 4Q21.