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Single-Patient EA Policies/Criteria
Expanded Access Program Policy for LNS8801
LNS8801 is currently being developed for the treatment of advanced cancer and has fast track designation for the treatment of patients with metastatic or unresectable melanoma who have progressed on or after anti–programmed cell death receptor or ligand (anti–PD-1/L1) therapy. Linnaeus Therapeutics (Linnaeus) understands that advanced cancer patients with limited therapeutic options may desire to try promising experimental therapies such as LNS8801. The best way for patients to get access to investigational medicines is by taking part in clinical trials. Please search ClinicalTrials.gov for publicly available information related to Linnaeus’s ongoing clinical trials.
It is recognized that not all patients are eligible to enroll in clinical trials. Linnaeus is unfortunately unable to consider requests for expanded access (sometimes called compassionate use) at this time due to limited drug supply.
Linnaeus hopes that in the near future it will be able to consider requests so that patients in the United States with an immediately life-threatening condition or serious disease or condition who have exhausted other appropriate treatment options may, under the conditions described below and in accordance with applicable local law, have appropriate access to its investigational medicines in development before they are commercially available.
For more information regarding Linnaeus’ current and future expanded access policies please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org. Linnaeus anticipated being able to response to inquiries within one week.
Available Therapies via Single-Patient EA
LNS8801 - advanced cancers