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MissionIRNewsBreaks – CNS Pharmaceuticals Inc.’s (NASDAQ: CNSP) Targeted ‘Finish Line Is Within Sight’ as It Pursues Potential GBM Treatment

CNS Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: CNSP) has been developing drug candidates for treating primary and metastatic brain and central nervous system cancer. “Berubicin, the company’s lead drug candidate, is a novel anthracycline in an ongoing international trail in glioblastoma (“GBM”) treatment. The interim analysis data from this potentially pivotal trial is expected in mid-2023… Berubicin was the first [anthracycline] to provide scientific data which appears to demonstrate its ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and was designed with a molecular target of topoisomerase II enzymes responsible for cleaving and recombing double-stranded DNA during cellular replication,” a recent article explains. “Since the beginning of 2022, CNS Pharmaceuticals has completed pivotal milestones with Berubicin, receiving approval from Switzerland Ethics Committee (‘EC’) and Competent Authority (‘CA’), France EC and CA, and Spain EC and CA to open sites. The company’s next steps include pivotal trial expansions into additional countries, expected completion of enrollment, interim analysis/data, and target topline results from the potentially pivotal study… ‘We are at the point where the finish line is within sight, and that is: ‘Is this drug performing in a clinical setting the way we want it to?’ And if it is, there is nothing to compete with it,’ CNS Pharmaceuticals CEO John Climaco commented.”

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About CNS Pharmaceuticals Inc.

CNS Pharmaceuticals is a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company developing a pipeline of anti-cancer drug candidates for the treatment of primary and metastatic cancers of the brain and central nervous system. The company’s lead drug candidate, Berubicin, is a novel anthracycline and the first anthracycline to appear to cross the blood-brain barrier. Berubicin is currently in development for the treatment of a number of serious brain and CNS oncology indications including glioblastoma multiforme (“GBM”), an aggressive and incurable form of brain cancer. Additionally, the company is advancing the development of its WP1244 drug technology portfolio, which utilizes anthracycline and distamycin-based scaffolds to create small molecule agents and is believed to be 500x more potent than daunorubicin in inhibiting tumor cell proliferation. Preclinical studies of WP1244 demonstrated high uptake in the brain with antitumor activity. CNS Pharmaceuticals is evaluating the use of the WP1244 portfolio in the treatment of brain cancers, pancreatic, ovarian, and lymphomas. For more information, visit the company’s website at

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