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Breakthrough innovation in the fight against pancreatic cancer

Breakthrough innovation in the fight against pancreatic cancer

CC&C is a Medtech start-up. We rely on the latest discoveries in the field of oncology and in particular physical oncology and mechanobiology, to develop a treatment against pancreatic cancer.

Our method consists in exerting a ‘Constraint Field’ -the Therapeutic Agent- on the tumor, to restore normal tissue architecture, and therefore normal functioning of the organ. In other words, it is nothing less than reversing the process of cancerization (see our Scientific Bibliography).

We are continuing our experiments on animal models and hope to manufacture a human prototype in 2019. Under optimal conditions, our development plan envisages that the device is available for experimentation in patients in 2021.

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Our executive summary 2018

Our Executive Summary is updated. This version becomes our reference document for the year 2018. Do not hesitate to download it : Executive Summary anglais -...
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Imaging the Force of Cancer: A European H2020 Program

The existence of this program is great news for anyone who believes in the future of applying the laws of physics and the use of mechanical signals in oncology. Europe supports a consortium of 16 participants that aims to image and to measure the active forces in a...
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CELL CONTRAINT & CANCER
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CELL CONTRAINT & CANCER
le Mas l’Hermite
331 chemin de la Poterie
f13280 Raphèle les Arles