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Healx using artificial intelligence to find combination drug treatments for COVID-19

Cambridge, UK – 6 April 2020 – Healx, the AI-powered, patient-inspired biotech specialising in rare diseases, today announces it is using its AI platform to develop drug combinations from approved drugs to contribute towards global efforts to find treatments for COVID-19. This focus on combination therapies, where two or more drugs simultaneously target different aspects … Continued

Webinar | The Rare Treatment Accelerator: Feedback for Applicants

The first call for applications to the Rare Treatment Accelerator saw an extremely high volume of interest and quality of applications received. Following the review of applications by Healx’s selection panel, an initial three patient groups and their diseases were selected to progress to the next stage of the programme. For those patient groups who … Continued

Healx announces first three Rare Treatment Accelerator partnerships

Cambridge, UK – 28 February 2020 – Healx, the AI-powered and patient-inspired technology company specialising in finding new treatments for rare diseases, today announced that three patient groups – representing different disease areas – have been selected to progress to the next stage of their Rare Treatment Accelerator programme.  These groups will each receive up … Continued

Healx appoints Dr Anthony Hall as Chief Medical Officer

Cambridge, UK – 4 February 2020 – Healx, the AI-powered and patient-inspired technology company specialising in finding new treatments for rare diseases, today announced the appointment of Dr Anthony Hall, MB BS BSc, as Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Tony will be responsible for progressing the company’s rare disease drug candidates through the clinic, with an … Continued

Q&As Webinar: The Rare Treatment Accelerator

The Rare Treatment Accelerator is a global partnering programme that gives patient groups and Healx the opportunity to work together to quickly discover and develop repurposed treatments for rare diseases using AI. We have committed a total of $20 million over the next two years towards finding new treatments – investing up to the value … Continued