PPMD is pleased to learn that the FDA has completed its review and concluded that Akashi Therapeutics may resume clinical development of HT-100 (delayed-release halofuginone) in people with Duchenne (click here to read Akashi's press release). Preventing fibrosis is an important target and an essential piece of a combination of therapies that will be…Continue
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“Who’s on first?”
Remember that classic Abbott & Costello routine? Well, trying to track the quickly-shifting healthcare bill has felt much like watching that routine. Complex, confusing, and exhausting. But the stakes here are no laughing matter.
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The European Neuromuscular Center (ENMC) is a global organization that gathers expertise from around the world to address many issues and concerns of, and advance research and treatments for, neuromuscular…Continue
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Today we learned that PTC Therapeutics has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Marathon Pharmaceuticals, LLC …Continue
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This week, PPMD convened Duchenne industry partners, experts in adaptive trial design and biostatistics, and innovative partners from outside of the Duchenne world who’ve revolutionized their clinical trial spaces for the second meeting of our Duchenne Drug Development Roundtable's 3-part meeting series, focusing on Clinical…Continue
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Heartening. That’s how I found last week’s PPMD PAAC Leadership and Advocacy Conference. Every time the whole community gets together, I leave feeling EMPOWERED. I like that word. Good word isn’t it? There is no limit to what I can do for my community. And I imagine I’m not the…Continue
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An Overview of Your Impact in Action
PPMD Grant Awards in the last Quarter of 2016 and first part of 2017.
PPMD Launches Long-Term…Continue
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In light of the pause in commercialization of EMFLAZA™ (deflazacort)…Continue
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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) marked our first stop of the New Year on PPMD’s 2017 Every Single One Tour, held on January 21, 2017. We were thrilled to not only be holding another tour stop at one of …Continue
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UPDATE: February 13, 2017, 5:10 PM -- An additional statement from Marathon has been added to the blog
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UPDATE 2/10: Marathon has released links to new resources, including the EMFLAZA website (https://emflaza.com) and a Patient Support FAQ document (…Continue
Following decades of strategic advocacy, research investment, and biopharmaceutical development, the U.S. Duchenne community recently arrived in the post-approval space and is poised to receive additional novel therapies from a robust innovation pipeline.…
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Better. Faster. Now.
How do we apply the ‘regulatory learnings’ of the past 18 months back into our robust Duchenne pipeline to ensure as many effective therapies yield from our pipeline as possible?
Under the leadership of PPMD's Duchenne Drug Development Roundtable (DDDR), our community is determined to figure that out. Today is the first of a…Continue
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Ensuring that the worlds of teens and adults with Duchenne 'grow bigger', as they grow older by expanding their reach – both literally and figuratively.
Combing your hair. Lifting a glass to your mouth. Washing your hands. Pressing elevator…Continue