Capstone Therapeutics Corp.

Effective October 1, 2008, OrthoLogic Corp. began doing business as Capstone Therapeutics (the "Company"); on May 21, 2010 the name of the Company was changed from OrthoLogic Corp. to Capstone Therapeutics Corp. The OTCQB ticker symbol is “CAPS” and the website is

Capstone Therapeutics Corp. is a biotechnology company committed to developing a pipeline of novel peptides and other molecules aimed at helping patients with cardiovascular disease. Previously, we were focused on the development and and commercialization of two product platforms: AZX100 and Chrysalin (rusalatide acetate or TP508). Since March 2012, we no longer have any interest in or rights to Chrysalin. In 2012 we wound down internal operations, ceased clinical development of AZX100 in dermal scarring, formerly our principal drug candidate, and move to a more virtual operating model. In August 2014, we notified the Licensor (AzTE) of AZX100 intellectual property, that we were terminating the License Agreement and returning all interest in and rights to the AZX100 intellectual property to the Licensor.

On August 3, 2012, we entered into a joint venture, LipimetiX Development, LLC, (the “JV”) to develop Apo E mimetic peptide molecule AEM-28 and its analogs. The JV has a development plan to pursue regulatory approval of AEM-28 as treatment for Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia (granted Orphan Drug Designation by FDA in 2012 and may pursue other indications including acute coronary syndrome and Type 2 diabetes). The initial development plan will extend through Phase 1a and 1b/2a clinical trials and is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2014. The clinical trials will have a safety primary endpoint and an efficacy endpoint targeting reduction of cholesterol and lipids.

The proposed clinical trials for AEM-28 are randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled studies to evaluate the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of single ascending doses (Phase 1a in healthy patients with elevated cholesterol) and multiple ascending doses (Phase 1b/2a in patients with Refractory Hypercholesterolemia and healthy subjects with elevated cholesterol and high Body Mass Index). The Phase 1a clinical trial consisted of 36 patients and the Phase 1b/2a is expected to consist of 15 patients. The JV received allowance from regulatory authorities in Australia permitting the JV to proceed with the planned clinical trials. The Phase 1a clinical trial commenced in Australia in April 2014 and the Phase 1b/2a clinical trial commenced in Australia in June 2014. The JV may, conditions permitting, conduct future clinical trials in Australia, USA and other regulatory jurisdictions. The Phase 1a clinical trial was completed in August 2014 and the Medical Safety Committee, reviewing all safety-related aspects of the clinical trial, observed an acceptable safety profile. The JV may also fund research or studies to investigate Apo E mimetic molecules, including AEM-28 and analogs, for treatment of multiple vascular indications. See

The Company intends to limit its internal operations to a virtual operating model while monitoring and participating in the management of LipimetiX Development LLC’s AEM-28 and analogs development activities, and maintaining the required level of corporate governance and reporting required to comply with Securities and Exchange Commission rules and regulations.