Kintor Pharmaceuticals focuses on developing drugs for androgen-receptor-related diseases with significant unmet medical needs，
including prostate cancer, breast cancer, liver cancer, COVID-19, alopecia, acne, and other conditions that lack effective treatments. Our diverse product pipeline is built on a foundation of internal research and development, supplemented with licensed products. We are committed to developing the best therapeutics to improve human health.
Kintor Pharmaceuticals product pipeline initially focused on androgen receptor (AR) antagonists. Our expanded pipeline now includes mTOR inhibitors, Hedgehog inhibitors, AR protein degradation agents, and cMyc inhibitors.
Kintor Pharmaceuticals' first biologic drug is an ALK-1 antibody expected to become a "first-in-class" treatment for multiple cancers.
To provide the best treatment for prostate, breast, and liver cancers and other diseases, Kintor Pharmaceuticals is creating a diverse pipeline of combination therapies leveraging our innovative drugs.
We have established a globally integrated R&D platform covering multi-disciplinary fields such as medicinal chemistry, biology, pharmacology, toxicology and clinical research. These multi-dimensional and efficient operations have greatly enriched the company's product pipeline and accelerated the research and development of the product.
In anticipation of the commercial launch of both the tumor and hair loss products, the company is building an independent marketing team based on a carefully considered overall market and commercialization strategy. Our goal is to build a compliant, professional, and efficient business operation team before our innovative product launch.
Kintor Pharmaceutical Announces Dosing of First Batch of Subjects in Phase I Clinical Trial of GT20029 in China
Kintor Pharmaceutical Receives Emergency Use Authorization for Proxalutamide for the Treatment of COVID-19 in Paraguay
Kintor Pharmaceutical Collaborates with Fosun Pharma Development to Commercialise Proxalutamide for Treatment of COVID-19 in India and Africa