21st September 2018

Results Dose-Escalating Study With the Fetal Estrogen Estetrol in Healthy Men published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism

Luteinizing hormone–releasing hormone agonists have replaced estrogens for endocrine treatment of advanced prostate cancer (PC) because of cardiovascular side effects. The published study with the fetal estrogen estetrol (E4) in healthy males shows promise as a safe and effective drug for use in prostate cancer. A Dose-Escalating Study With the Fetal Estrogen JCEM 2018
3rd July 2018

16th World congress on Menopause, June 6-9, 2018, Vancouver, Canada

On Friday June 8, 2018, the CSO of Pantarhei Carole Verhoeven lectured on the treatment of breast cancer with the fetal estrogen estetrol in a scientific symposium entitled ‘Estrogens and breast cancer’. The other lecture (A lesson in contracts. What can we learn from the discrepant breast cancer findings in the WHI?) was presented by Bob Langer. The symposium was chaired by Wulf Utian. For more information, please read the abstract: Abstract IMS Treatment of […]
8th May 2018

First patient randomized in the PCombi study with Estetrol in patients with prostate cancer.

On 3 May 2018 the first patient has been randomized in the phase IIA clinical study assessing efficacy and safety of the fetal estrogen estetrol (E4) in prostate cancer patients. The study is a double blind, randomised, placebo-controlled multi-center study in prostate cancer patients treated with an LHRH agonist. In total 60 patients will be enrolled at eight centers in the Netherlands. The main objectives of this study are to evaluate the additional effect of […]
5th April 2018

ISGE, March 7-10, 2018, Florence, Italy

On March 8, 2018 Pantarhei Bioscience participated in a scientific symposium entitled Estetrol and Breast Cancer. The lectures were presented by Richard J. Santen (Estetrol in animal in vivo studies), Risto Erkkola (Estetrol in ex vivo explant cultures of human breast cancer tissue) and Herjan Coelingh Bennink (Estetrol treatment of advanced breast cancer). The symposium was chaired by Ludwig Kiesel and Herjan Coelingh Bennink.