EX-99.1 2 f6k012317bex99i_kitovpharma.htm PRESENTATION - JANUARY 23, 2017

Exhibit 99.1


 Thank you Streamlined Innovative Drug Development TyrNovo’s NT 219 A New Concept in Cancer Therapy January 23 , 2017 © 2017 Proprietary and Confidential


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 ϯ Agenda • TyrNovo’s NT 219 : A New Concept in Cancer Therapy o Technology Highlights o Mechanism of Action o Patient Derived Xenograft Results o Business Opportunity • TyrNovo Transaction Highlights • KIT - 302 Recent Achievements and Milestones • Kitov’s Strategy


 ϰ NT 219 - Technology Highlights • NT 219 is a small molecule developed jointly by Alexander Levitzki , Ph.D., (Laureate of the 2005 Wolf Prize in Medicine) a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Hadas Reuveni, Ph.D., co - founder and CTO of TyrNovo • NT 219 overcomes drug resistance by inhibiting two feedback pathways: d egradation of Insulin Receptor Substrates (IRS) and blocking phosphorylation of Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription 3 (STAT 3 ) • By using PDX (Patient - Derived Xenograft) animal models, NT 219 demonstrated efficacy in melanoma, head and neck, sarcoma, pancreatic, colon and lung cancers by overcoming resistance to drugs targeting: • EGF receptor : Erlotinib (Tarceva ® ), Cetuximab (Erbitux ® ), Osimertinib ( Tagrisso ® ) • Mutated BRAF : Vemurafenib ( Zelboraf ® ) • MEK : Trametinib ( Mekinist ®) • mTOR : Everolimus ( Afinitor® ) and to Chemotherapy: Gemcitabine (Gemzar ® ), 5 FU, oxaliplatin


 NT 219 - Mechanism of Action ϱ • Anti - cancer drugs induce feedback activation of two major pathways, the STAT 3 and the IRS, leading to drug resistance • NT 219 effectively targets these feedback pathways and thereby overcomes drug resistance and extends the positive response to the drugs • Inhibition of STAT 3 has been shown to trigger anti - cancer activity of the immune cells ϱ


 ϲ Response Erlotinib: Acquired resistance NT 219 prevents resistance to Erlotinib NT 219 : 100 Tumor Regression of Patient - Derived Head & Neck Cancer Implanted in mice (PDX model) Days (n= 8 ) (n= 8 ) (n= 8 ) (n= 8 ) NT 219 Demonstrated to Prevent Acquired Resistance of Head & Neck Tumors to EGFR I nhibitor Erlotinib (Tarceva®) ϲ


 NT 219 Successfully Converted Non - Responding Pancreatic Tumors to Responders to Gemcitabine (Gemzar ® ) Non - Responders Responders Tumor Regression of Patient - Derived Pancreatic Cancer Implanted in mice (PDX model) ϳ


 ϴ NT 219 Shown to Have Synergistic I mmunotherapeutic E ffect with Anti - EGFR Ab Cetuximab (Erbitux ®) Initial results demonstrated that NT 219 has promising immunotherapeutic potential PBMCs (patient derived) Three treatments (days 0 , 3 , 10 ) Cetuximab - treated mice Cetuximab+NT 219 - treated mice


 NT 219 Business Opportunity ϵ * Global Data • NT 219 has the potential to be combined with numerous oncology drugs, and to expand the efficacy duration, target patient population, and patent lifespan of the applicable drugs • Accumulated annual sales of the relevant cancer drugs exceeds $ 6 B • Immuno - oncology market projected to reach $ 14 billion by 2019 *


 Transaction Highlights ϭϬ • Kitov purchased all shares held by majority shareholder ( 56 %) • Total consideration of $ 3.8 M: o $ 2 M in cash o $ 1.8 M in Kitov shares ( 6.8 % of Kitov issued & outstanding; shares subject to lock - up & standstill) • Possible additional purchase of minority shareholders holdings in exchange for Kitov shares - under terms to be agreed • Expected investment into TyrNovo of up to $ 3 M over 2017 - 2018 to reach IND stage and initiate clinical trials • Kitov’s cash on hand as of June 30 , 2016 of $ 8.4 M; in July 2016 raised $ 10.7 M, net (pro forma cash = $ 19 M)


 KIT - 302 Recent Achievements and Milestones ϭϭ Q 2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 2016 2017 2018 JUNE Completed initial stability study AUGUST U.S . Patent issued Q 1 ’ 17 Anticipated NDA Submission to FDA Q 1 ’ 18 Expected FDA Clearance for Marketing MAY ▪ Received FDA minutes that support NDA submission o Advisory Committee Review is not required o FDA will accept 6 months of stability data at date of submission ▪ Pharmacokinetic trial meets FDA bioequivalence standards with regard to the two reference drugs ▪ Completed manufacturing of pivotal batches required for registration Q 3 ’ 17 Expected Kidney Function Trial Results


 Kitov’s Strategy ϭϮ x Establish a diverse pipeline that will drive long term value creation for our shareholders x Harness our team’s proven track record in drug development x Leverage the benefits of out - licensing our late - stage / approved drugs (e.g. KIT - 302 ) in order to support pipeline expansion ϭϮ KITOV - Streamlined Innovative Drug Development










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