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LIDDS (Local Intelligent Drug Delivery System) is a Swedish pharmaceutical company developing innovative pharmaceutical products based on medical need and its proprietary drug delivery technology. LIDDS was initially founded by researchers and entrepreneurs at Uppsala University, departments of pharmacy and material sciences and University of Gothenburg, departments of urology and oncology, and within the life-science incubator P.U.L.S. (, LIDDS is located in Helsingborg, Sweden, in one of Europe's premiere biotechnology regions. Liproca Depot is the first product being developed by LIDDS based on this drug delivery technology. It is a novel product targeted primarily for the treatment of prostate cancer. The purpose is to reduce the side-effects significantly as well as to potentially increase the effect relative to other current treatment alternatives. The strategic, technological, clinical and pharmaceutical competences to support the comprehensive and focused development of Liproca Depot are contained within the unique network of LIDDS and PULS.

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Kullagatan 8

Helsingborg, SE-252 20,


+46(0)737 070922

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LIDDS Patents

LIDDS has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Dosage forms
  • Drug delivery devices
  • Life sciences industry
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Pharmaceutical industry, Dosage forms, Metal halides, Drug delivery devices, Life sciences industry


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Pharmaceutical industry, Dosage forms, Metal halides, Drug delivery devices, Life sciences industry



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LIDDS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was LIDDS founded?

    LIDDS was founded in 2003.

  • Where is LIDDS's headquarters?

    LIDDS's headquarters is located at Kullagatan 8, Helsingborg.

  • What is LIDDS's latest funding round?

    LIDDS's latest funding round is IPO.

  • Who are the investors of LIDDS?

    Investors of LIDDS include P.U.L.S..

  • Who are LIDDS's competitors?

    Competitors of LIDDS include Adamas Pharmaceuticals, Esperance Pharmaceuticals, GANYMED Pharmaceuticals, Syndax Pharmaceuticals, Angstrom Pharmaceuticals and 12 more.

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