CNS Pharmaceuticals Engages CRO For Phase 2 Berubicin Clinical Trials

HOUSTON, Aug. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CNS Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: CNSP[1]) (“CNS” or the “Company”), a biopharmaceutical company specializing in the development of novel treatments for primary and metastatic cancers of the brain and central nervous system, today announced it has engaged Worldwide Clinical Trials[2] (“Worldwide”) as the contract research organization (“CRO”) for its upcoming Berubicin clinical trials.

Worldwide is a a full-service, midsize, global CRO that provides drug development services to biopharmaceutical companies in clinical trials. Worldwide specializes in therapeutic areas where there remain unmet medical needs, including CNS disorders and oncology. Worldwide provides proactive insight and operational support and has successfully managed clinical trials across more than 60 countries.

“Designing and operating trials in areas of high unmet medical need, such as glioblastoma, is a challenging and complex task for any company. We are excited to bring on a high caliber partner such as Worldwide, which has extensive expertise in CNS and oncology, as our CRO for the upcoming Berubicin clinical trials,” commented John Climaco, CEO of CNS Pharmaceuticals. “Engaging Worldwide is one of the key pieces of our preparations. We maintain that their insight and unparalleled experience in trials of this nature provide the best opportunity to further drive Berubicin’s clinical development. We believe that with Worldwide’s deep clinical CNS and oncology experience, and through our achievements in trial preparation, we are optimally positioned for our upcoming Phase II Berubicin trials in adults in the US and Poland as well as our Phase I pediatric trial.”

“The relationship between CNS Pharmaceuticals and Worldwide exemplifies state-of-the-art strategic program development – innovative program design coupled to exceptional clinical and operational acumen for a compound that offers considerable promise to both adults as well as children with such devastating illnesses,” commented Michael F. Murphy, MD, PhD, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer at Worldwide. “Speaking on behalf of our organization, it is a privilege to express our personal and professional commitment to its success.”

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