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Sanovas fortifies arsenal of precision medicine patents with U.S. patent for PhotoDynamic Therapy with localized delivery

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | August 21, 2018 CT Rad Oncology Radiation Therapy X-Ray
SAN RAFAEL, Calif., Aug. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ­Sanovas, Inc., (www.sanovas.com) San Rafael, CA. U.S.A. and Suzhou, China, an internationally-recognized, privately-financed biomedical device development company, announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued patent 10,029,115 for the company's PhotoDynamic Therapy with Localized Delivery. This Patent builds upon its predecessor patent of the same name and the company's patents related to Systems and Methods for the Treatment of Hypoxic Tumors with Localized Oxygenation.

Sanovas' Minimally Invasive Nano Oncology System (MINOS™) enables clinicians to measure tumor pathophysiology and to reverse hypoxia in therapy resistant tumors, in real time. The MINOS system provides intra-tumoral diagnostics in combination with the direct injection of oxygenating agents into hypoxic cancer tissues to sensitize the tumor microenvironment to chemotherapy and radiation therapy. MINOS enables the precise positioning of localized therapies to very small diameter, less than 3 millimeter, anatomic sites in the periphery of the lung and throughout the body, while mitigating systemic toxicities and undesired side effects.

"Sanovas' MINOS technology provides doctors with a set of excellent precision tools to defeat invasive cancers. The advent of CT scanning for early lung cancer means many patients are being detected when the tumor is still small and curable. This new technology allows for minimally invasive approaches to diagnosis and treatment – all done with minimal side effects and maximum patient comfort," stated Stephen C. Schimpff, MD former CEO of the University of Maryland Medical Center, past Chair of the Board of Governors of The Clinical Center of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), renowned healthcare author and thought leader.
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