May 2007
Worldwide Biotech;May2007, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p7
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This article reports on the additional short-term clinical study initiated by UCB for the investigational drug product CIMZIA or certolizumab pegol. The additional study is designed to confirm the response of patients with moderate to severe active Crohn's disease to the drug. UCB decided to launch the additional clinical study to address the question raised by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration concerning the adequacy of one study design.


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