Sigyn Therapeutics (OTCQB:SIGY) disclosed that trademark applications to register ChemoPrep and ChemoPure have been filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
The intent-to-use trademark applications are related to a recent USPTO patent submission entitled, “SYSTEM AND METHODS TO ENHANCE CHEMOTHERAPY DELIVERY AND REDUCE TOXICITY.”
Chemotherapeutic agents are the most commonly administered drugs to treat cancer, which is the second leading cause of death in the United States. Despite therapeutic advances, treatment toxicity, drug resistance and inadequate tumor site delivery restrict the benefit of chemotherapy.
To overcome these challenges, the Sigyn patent describes a therapeutic device system whose primary objective is to enhance tumor site delivery of chemotherapy and reduce its toxicity. A secondary objective of the system is to reduce treatment dosing without sacrificing patient benefit, or conversely increase chemotherapy dosing without added toxicity.
In concert with these objectives, the therapeutic system offers to inhibit the spread of cancer metastasis reported to be induced by the administration of chemotherapy.
The chemotherapy enhancement system is to be comprised of two blood purification technologies. ChemoPrep, administered prior to chemotherapy to optimize tumor site delivery and improve the benefit of ChemoPure, which is deployed post-chemotherapy to reduce treatment toxicity and inhibit the potential spread of cancer metastasis.