Creabilis Reports Positive Phase IIb Data for Itch Drug

Moran, Nuala
May 2013
BioWorld Today;5/13/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 91, p1
The article presents the report of biotechnology firm Creabilis SA based in London, England on results of Phase llb for its topical TrkA kinase inhibitor CT327 for relief of chronic pruritus caused by psoriasis. It discusses findings which on the efficacy of CT327 based on the modified Psoriasis Area and Severity Index. Comment from Eliot Forster, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Creabilis, is presented.


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