Just Part of Frank’s Story
TEDxBoston – Frank Reynolds
Changing the Face of Neuroscience Forever
“Although thick with opiate pipelines, pharma R&D pipelines for non-opiate, non-addictive pain treatment are thin to non-existent” – Frank Reynolds, Founder and CEO PixarBio Corp
NeuroRelease 14-day defeats rebound pain, and it is the only non-opiate product in process at the US FDA that is expected to treat post-surgical pain longer than 4 DAYS.
NeuroRelease FDA approval is expected in late 2019, mitigates sensory (pain) signaling without effecting locomotion (moving) signals and we have the potential to replace morphine in the clinic
- To defeat Rebound Pain over 40 surgical procedures require 14 days of post-op pain treatment
- 100% of surgeons prefer non addictive pain treatments over morphine
- Over 90% of patients prefer non-addictive post op pain treatment over morphine
NeuroRelease is expected to receive FDA approval for post-op pain in late 2019, and with our growing team of partners NeuroRelease will create a new clinical franchise in medicine around Non-Addictive pain management.
More importantly, we’ll change the way medicine is delivered throughout the world.
Lead pain treatments will last up to 14 days. We also have 7-Day and 3-Day pain treatments in development for the clinic.
Clinical Studies at FDA Fastest Pathway 505(b)(2)
As a 505b2 product going through the FDA, each study will have two phase studies (not three) to receive FDA Approval.
Each study will have two phases for FDA Approval.
- Small Nerve Block Study – Shoulder Surgery Pain Study with a total of 260 patients
- Large Nerve Block Study – Knee Replacement Pain Study with a total of 260 patients
These two studies will permit the NeuroRelease to be marketed as a nerve block anywhere in the body
PixarBio Answers Society Mandate for Non addictive Pain Treatment
Over 40 different surgical procedures, where 50% or more of surgical physicians need a 14 day post op treatment
- NeuroRelease Meets Societies Unmet Medical Need to replace Opiates
- Clinic based addiction is mitigated for NeuroRelease patients.
- NeuroRelease patients go home quickly reducing hospital stay
- With better pain management patients will begin physical therapy and rehabilitation quickly.
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