Why Invest in Theralase® Technologies?


Theralase®  Technologies Inc. is leading laser innovation in the medical technology field. Our patented laser-activated photo dynamic compounds have shown tremendous promise as anti-cancer treatments for a number of cancer indications. At the same time, our therapeutic lasers are the most clinically and scientifically supported in the market, and the trusted choice of health care professionals around the globe.

Proven Technology

Over 4,000 clinical studies have proven the safety and effectiveness of low-level laser therapy for the treatment of numerous nerve, muscle, and joint conditions. Patented light-activated photo dynamic compounds have achieved proof-of-principle for numerous cancer indications.

Strong Intellectual Property

Theralase® has been issued 13 patents for cancer and therapeutic applications, and has an additional 24 patents currently pending.

Clinical Stage Company

Our patented TLD-1433 photo dynamic compound has now successfully completed a Phase 1b Clinical Study for Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer ("NMIBC")

Experienced Management Team 

Our experienced management team has partnered with leading scientists from renowned research hospitals and academic institutions to develop cutting-edge technologies to fight cancer and manage pain.

Proven Track Record of Success

For over 20 years, Theralase® has focused on the design, development, manufacture, and sale of patented laser technologies. 

Near-Term Milestones

Our anti-cancer technology has now successfully completed a Phase 1b Clinical Study for Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer. We are currently designing a Phase II Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer Clinical Study and we are investigating commencing another Stage 1b clinical trial for an additional cancer indication.

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Using Lasers to Heal Pain and Treat Cancer

Phase 1b NIMBC Clinical Study Results