Making Alpha Therapy Possible

ALFARIM MEDICAL HOLDING

AlfaRim Medical Holding will be the first in the world to produce and supply large quantities of Actinium-225 to enable promising and novel Targeted Alpha Therapies to become a mainstream therapy for curing many types of cancer.


ALFARIM: MAKING ALPHA THERAPY POSSIBLE

New clinical research has demonstrated very promising and breakthrough results for a novel type of cancer treatment called Targeted Alpha Therapy. This targeted radiotherapy uses Alpha-isotopes rather than Beta-isotopes, which are currently used in nuclear medicine-based targeted therapies. The lack of a consistent and large-scale supply of the preferred Alpha-isotope ‘Actinium-225’ is a substantial bottleneck for further clinical development of Targeted Alpha Therapies. By supplying large and predictable quantities of Actinium-225 at dependable moments in time, AlfaRim will accelerate Targeted Alpha Therapies becoming a mainstream therapy for curing many types of cancer.

 

TARGETED ALPHA THERAPIES WITH ACTINIUM-225

AlfaRim will support Targeted Alpha Therapies coming to maturity for many types of cancer, such as:

α  Acute Myeloid Leukemia
α  Prostate Cancer
α  Gastric Cancer
α  Ovarian Cancer
α  Pancreatic Cancer
α  Hodgkin's Lymphoma


α  Neuro Endocrine Tumors
α  Bladder Cancer
α  Melanoma
α  Brain Cancer
α  Breast Cancer
α  Bone marrow transplant


ABOUT ALFARIM

AlfaRim Medical Holding BV is a Dutch privately-owned limited company originally founded by globally recognized "Father of Actinium" Dr. Ir. Maurits Geerlings. Learn more about what drives us and meet our team. Read more

ABOUT ACTINIUM-225

Actinium-225 is an isotope of Actinium and is used in nuclear medicine in the treatment of cancer. Actinium-225 itself and its decay products emit alpha particles which destroy cancerous cells in the body. Read more

ABOUT ALPHA THERAPY

Today, targeted radiotherapies only make use of so-called Beta-isotopes. Novel and breakthrough clinical research has proven that targeted therapies using Alpha-isotopes can be much more effective. Read more