Novel, Innovative Therapeutics

Dedicated to developing treatments to significantly improve and/or extend the life of patients.

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Customized Antibodies

Humaneered® antibodies designed based on sound scientific rationale for optimum activity in targeted patient populations

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Robust Monoclonal Antibody Pipeline

First-in-class, clinical stage programs with potential in multiple indications.

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Advancements in our Pipeline

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Our pipeline is comprised of first or best-in-class antibody therapeutic candidates for serious respiratory diseases and cancer.

Better Life Through Better Science

KaloBios is developing a robust proprietary portfolio of customized, targeted, first-in-class monoclonal antibodies designed to significantly improve the care of seriously ill patients with difficult to treat diseases.

Recent Corporate Highlights

  • Completed enrollment in 180 patient Phase 2 cystic fibrosis study for KB001-A
  • Initiated Phase 2 expansion portion of clinical trial for KB004 in hematologic malignancies
  • Announced preliminary Phase 1 results in advanced hematologic malignancies with KB004 at ASH Annual Meeting
  • KB001-A granted Fast Track Status in Pa pneumonia prevention
  • Received Orphan Drug designation from both the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency for KB001-A for the treatment of Pa lung infection in CF patients

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Latest News

December 1, 2014

KaloBios Elects Robert A. Baffi, BioMarin Senior Executive, to Board of Directors

November 6, 2014

KaloBios Reports Third Quarter Financial Results

September 15, 2014

The Wall Street Transcript
Interviews David Pritchard, President & CEO

August 14, 2014

Publication by KaloBios and Collaborators Shows EphA3 as Target for Highly Selective Anticancer Therapy

Upcoming Events

November 11, 2014

KaloBios Announces Upcoming Scientific and Investor Conference Participation (ASH Annual Meeting and Stifel 2014 Healthcare Conference)

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