Pharmaceutical company, Catabasis, and charity Duchenne UK have announced a partnership to study the drug, edasalonexent, in the non-ambulatory DMD population.
Edasalonexent works by turning off an enzyme called NF-kB, which is known to be overactive in DMD. It has been shown to slow the progression of Duchenne and is currently being evaluated in a phase 3 trial in boys aged four to seven.
The new study will evaluate the safety and efficacy of the drug in non-ambulatory boys and men and will be recruiting in the UK.
Read the press release from Catabasis here.
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