Propanc Biopharma, Inc. is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing new cancer treatments for patients suffering from pancreatic, ovarian and colorectal cancers. Together with our scientific and oncology consultants, we have developed a novel therapeutic approach based on 100 years of the scientific study of enzyme use. Our leading products not only treat metastatic cancer but reduce recurrence.
We are developing a therapeutic solution for the treatment of patients with advanced stages of cancer targeting solid tumors. Our therapy has anti-cancer effects that block tumor growth and its aggressive dissemination.View Our Product Pipeline
Instead of targeting tumor cell death, we focus on inducing cell differentiation. We convince malignant cells to stop proliferating and encourage them to continue their work as a specific cell type.What Makes Us Different
Our strong partnerships are helping to advance and perfect our technology and candidates.
The Andalusian Public Foundation for biomedical research in eastern Andalusia, Alejandro Otero-FIBAO is a non-profit foundation specializing in the comprehensive management of biomedical research.
We have a Joint IP Ownership and Commercialization Agreement with Bath University.
Our ongoing joint research collaboration with the University of Grenada and Universidad de Jaen involved investigating the effects of PRP on cancer cells, identifying molecular target identification and new compound screenings.
With the help of vivoPharm, we are conducting animal testing on PRP to determine its safety and efficacy, as well as determining metabolic effects prior to conducting human studies.
We have partnered with Q Biologicals to undertake the GMP-compliant investigational medicinal product (IMP) manufacture of PRP for human use.
Our ongoing joint research collaboration with The ibs.GRANADA involves studying the in-vivo effect of the anti-tumoral formulation of PRP against cancer stem cells.
We are building an IP portfolio around our scientific understanding of the effects of proenzymes in cancer, identifying new formulations, new routes of administration and potential new therapeutic targets.