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(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Can - Fite Presentation September 2019 (NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI)



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(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) 3 Company Profile • Highly experienced management, clinical and regulatory team • Leading KOLs serve on CAB • Successful corporate partnerships and licensing deals • Advanced clinical stage drug development company with a compelling platform technology • Small molecule drug products in Phase II and Phase III clinical studies; covered by 13 Patent Families 3 Proprietary Core Technology Financial Summary Operations Inflammatory/ Cancer Cell Normal Body Cell • Cash: ~$ 8.2 M as of 06 / 30 / 2019 • Listed on NYSE American (CANF) and Tel - Aviv Stock Exchange (CFBI) • Price per ADR* traded on NYSE American= $ 2.45 (as of 08 / 30 / 2019 ) • ~ 3.3 M ADRs outstanding; ~ 100 M ordinary shares outstanding * 1 ADR = 30 Ordinary Shares



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) From Concept to Technology 4 Company platform technology mimics natural body mechanism to combat cancer and inflammation



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Therapeutic Target • A 3 adenosine receptor (A 3 AR) • Highly expressed in inflammatory and cancer cells Drug product • Small molecules • Orally bioavailable drugs Therapeutic Effect • Anti - inflammatory and anti - cancer effects shown in Phase II studies; Excellent safety profile A 3 AR is utilized as a Predictive Biomarker • Utilized to predict patient’s response to the drug Platform Technology Targeted therapy, specifically aimed at diseased cells Inflammatory / Tumor Cells Normal Cells A 3 Adenosine Receptor (A 3 AR) 5



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Drug Development Pipeline 6 ~$ 35 B ~$11.4B ~$ 3.8 B ~$35B ~$3.2B Market *Sources: Visiongain estimates global psoriasis drug market will be $ 11.4 bB by 2020 and the global rheumatoid arthritis drug market will be $ 34.6 B by 2020 ; DelveInsight estimates the HCC drug market at $ 3.8 B in 2027 ; Grand View Research estimates the global erectile dysfunction drug market at $ 3.2 B by 2022 ; Deutsche Bank puts the peak market for NASH therapies at $ 35 B to $ 40 B by 2025 . Drug Pre - clinical Phase I Phase II Phase III Piclidenoson • Rheumatoid Arthritis • Psoriasis Namodenoson • Liver Cancer • NASH CF 602 • Erectile Dysfunction Ongoing Ongoing Preparatory work for Phase III Ongoing Phase II Results Q4/2019



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Corporate Partnerships: Out - licensing deals 7 ~$18 million* upfront and milestone payments received to date for licensing and distribution deals $8.5M was from a license with a Japanese company, SKK; the license was terminated due to SKK’s strategic change of focus to i ndi cations not related to autoimmune diseases Licensing Partner Drug Indication Region Piclidenoson RA & Psoriasis Canada Piclidenoson RA & Psoriasis Spain, Austria Switzerland Piclidenoson & Namodenoson RA, Psoriasis, Liver Cancer & NASH China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan Piclidenoson RA South Korea Namodenoson Liver Cancer & NASH South Korea Piclidenoson Psoriasis South Korea Potential future milestones may trigger additional milestone payments & royalties



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) 8 Piclidenoson Rheumatoid Arthritis & Psoriasis Piclidenoson – Anti - Inflammatory Drug Mechanism of Action



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Phase IIb study, Placebo controlled; 79 patients – Positively concluded Rheumatoid Arthritis - Phase IIb Data 9 *MTX, Biological Drugs *MTX, Biological Drugs Patients with No Prior Systemic Therapy* ACR20 ACR50 ACR 70 ACR Response Rates Placebo (n=8) Piclidenoson (n=8) All Patients ACR Response Rates p=0.035 ACR20 ACR 50 ACR70 Piclidenoson 1mg Placebo Treatment week 0 4 8 12 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0%



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Rheumatoid Arthritis - Phase III Study Ongoing ACRobat – Can - Fite’s Phase III clinical study is designed to establish Piclidenoson as non - inferior to MTX in newly diagnosed patients with moderate - to - severe RA This Protocol is in Agreement with EMA • Randomized, double - blind, active and placebo - controlled • 500 patients to be enrolled in Europe, Canada and Israel • Primary endpoint will be Disease Activity Score (DAS) of Low Disease Activity (LDA) at week 12 • Secondary endpoints will include proportion of subjects achieving DAS remission; 24 week total duration • Correlation between A3AR expression and response to Piclidenoson will be analyzed • Patient enrollment ongoing 10 Piclidenoson 1 mg, Piclidenoson 2 mg, Methotrexate , or matching placebo tablets every 12 hours in a 2:2:2:1 ratio Piclidenoson 1 mg Piclidenoson 2 mg Methotrexate Placebo 24 0 R At Week 12, any subject who has not experienced at least 20% improvement in both the number of swollen and number of tender joints will be given escape therapy with open - label oral MTX 12



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Psoriasis Phase II/III Data vs. Celgene’s Otezla * 11 • Phase II/III study did not achieve the primary endpoint of PASI 75 at 12 weeks • Otezla® sales were $1.3 billion in 2017, 26% increase over 2016 1 • Peak Otezla® sales estimated at $2.35 billion in 2020 2 • Phase II/III study showed that at weeks 24 and 32, Piclidenoson's efficacy as measured by PASI compares well to Otezla® and this is the basis for the current Phase III study Sources: 1) Celgene 2017 annual report 2) DrugAnalyst, Ltd. *Comparisons are derived from reported Otezla Phase 3 data vs. Piclidenoson Phase 2 data and are not an actual head - to - head clinical trial. If this were a head - to - head clinical trial, outcomes may be different.



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Psoriasis Phase III Study - Ongoing Comfort – Phase III clinical study is designed to establish Piclidenoson superiority vs. placebo and non - inferiorty vs. Otezla in patients with moderate - to - severe Plaque Psoriasis This Protocol is in Agreement with EMA • Randomized, double - blind, active and placebo - controlled • 407 patients to be enrolled in Europe, Canada and Israel • Primary endpoint is PASI 75 at week 16 vs. placebo • Secondary endpoints include non - inferiority vs. Otezla at week 32 • Patients will be selected to the study based on over expression of the A3AR biomarker • 32 week total duration; optional extension to 48 week 12 Piclidenoson 2 mg Piclidenoson 3 mg Otezla Placebo 16 32 0 R R ( n=111 ) ( n=111 ) ( n=111 ) ( n=74 ) 48 Study Extension (optional) ( max n=25 ) Study week



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) 13 Namodenoson Advanced Liver Cancer & NASH Namodenoson – Liver Disease Drug Mechanism of Action



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Phase II - Study Protocol • Second - Line Treatment • Advanced Hepatocellular Carcinoma; Child - Pugh B • 78 patients • US, Europe and Israel • Primary end point: overall survival • Patient enrollment completed August 2017 Regulatory Status • FDA and EMA have granted Orphan Drug status • FDA granted Fast Track status as a second line treatment Phase II Study – Advanced Liver Cancer Orphan Drug Designation US & EU Fast Track Designation 14



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) • While the study (78 patients) did not achieve its primary endpoint, it did achieve superiority in survival in the largest subpopulation of CPB7, 56 patients - 6.8 month median overall survival vs. 4.3 months for placebo • CPB7 group treated with Namodenoson had 44% of patients treated with Namodenoson completed at least 12 months of treatment vs. 18% • Partial response of 9% has been achieved in the Namodenoson treated group vs. 0% in the placebo group • Favorable safety profile and lack of hepatotoxicity Phase II – Advanced Liver Cancer Results Phase II Data - Summary CPB7 Overall Survival Regulatory Status: Preparatory work for a pivotal Phase III Study 44% 18% -5% 5% 15% 25% 35% 45% 55% Namodeneson Placebo 12 - month survival rate CPB7 12 Months Survival P=0.028 15



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Namodenoson for the Treatment of NASH 16 Sources: 1) Study published in Hepatology, 2) NIH, 3) Study published in Gastroenterology, 4) Deutsche Bank “ America’s Greatest Health Risk” – Scientific American, 2015 x 17% - 33% Prevalence of NAFLD in the U.S. 1 x 2 - 5% of U.S. Population has NASH 2 x 3 rd Leading Cause of Liver Transplant in U.S. & on Trajectory to Become Leading Cause 3 x $35 - 40 Billion Market by 2025 4



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) NASH – Excellent Pre - clinical Data 17 Namodenoson markedly improved liver function & pathology in NASH experimental models (STAM & CCL4) x Anti - inflammatory - Namodenoson reduces NAFLD Activity Score (NAS) in STAM model x Anti - Fibrotic effect - in vitro and in the CCL 4 model x Anti steatotic effect - Significant decrease in steatosis, ballooning and lobular inflammation (STAM) x ALT - a decrease in plasma ALT and triglyceride levels (STAM & CCL 4 ) x Liver protective effect - Protects the liver against Ischemia/Reperfusion injury Robust Decrease in ALT



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) NASH – Phase II Study 18 Leading KOLs ( Dr. Freidman ; Mount Sinai, Dr. Arun Sanyal ; Virginia University, Dr. Safadi ; Hadassah Jerusalem), on SAB and have advised on protocol design • Multicenter, randomized, double - blinded, placebo - controlled, dose - finding efficacy and safety study • 60 patients with NAFLD with or without NASH • Primary end point : mean percent change from baseline in serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) levels and safety • Secondary end point : % change from baseline in hepatic steatosis measured by magnetic resonance imaging - determined proton - density fat - fraction (MRI - PDFF) Data expected to be released Q4 2019 Namodenoson 12.5mg Placebo Week 12 0 R Namodenoson 25 mg



(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE:CFBI) Spotlight on Milestones 19 *Sources: Visiongain estimates global psoriasis drug market will be $11.4 by 2020 and the global rheumatoid arthritis drug ma rke t will be $34.6b by 2020; DelseInsight estimates the HCC drug market at $3.8 b in 2027; Grand View Research estimates the global erectile dysfunction drug market at $3.2b by 2022; De uts che Bank puts the peak market for NASH therapies at $35 b to $40 b by 2025. • Namodenoson: » NAFLD/NASH Phase II Data (~$35B Opportunity) Q4 2019 » Liver Cancer Phase III Design & End of Phase II Meeting with FDA (~$3.8B Opportunity) H2 2019 • Piclidenoson: » Rheumatoid Arthritis Phase III (~$35B Opportunity) Ongoing » Psoriasis Phase III (~$11.4B Opportunity) Ongoing