PTC Therapeutics, Inc. will host a conference call for the Duchenne community to discuss the launch plans for Emflaza™ (deflazacort) on Monday, May 8, 2017 at…Continue
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Capricor Therapeutics today announced positive top-line results from a safety and exploratory efficacy analysis of six-month data from the randomized 12-month Phase I/II HOPE Clinical Trial of CAP-1002 (allogeneic cardiosphere-derived cells), an investigational candidate for the treatment of patients with Duchenne.
We are excited to see these results and to see the field of cell…Continue
On May 18, 2017, FDA’s Pediatric Advisory Committee will convene to consider the issue of allowing in-dwelling ports in Sarepta’s…Continue
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Today, PTC Therapeutics announced that they have completed their acquisition of Emflaza™ (deflazacort) ahead of schedule, following early conclusion of the anti-trust review.
PTC will be hosting a call with the Duchenne community the week of May 8 to provide details on the plan for the launch of Emflaza. We look forward to learning more from PTC in the…Continue
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The Duchenne community has waited 20 years to be where we are. We are reminded daily of how far we have come, how the landscape has changed, how there are close to 20 clinical trials to choose from. While these changes within are landscape bring us to a hopeful time in Duchenne, the journey to…Continue
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Great news – The ABLE program enhancements have been re-introduced in Congress and are gaining support. This package of bills include improvements to the original ABLE program that directly impact our community, here’s how:
On April 4th, a bi-partisan group of Members of Congress,…Continue
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In late March, PPMD joined 87 organizations to issue a letter calling on Congress to take a hard look at the likely significant and…Continue
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PPMD is proud to sign on to letters sent both to the Senate and the House asking that they provide at least $29.8 million to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Newborn Screening Quality Assurance Program (NSQAP) and at least $19.9 million to the Health Resources and Services…Continue
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Iowa Children’s Hospital marked our third stop on PPMD’s 2017 Every Single One Tour, held on April 1, 2017. The amazing staff at Iowa Children’s Hospital helped make this a wonderful day and we can see…Continue
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Today Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy (PPMD) named UC Davis Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Neuromuscular Disease Clinic (UC…Continue
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Accelerating trials. Protecting our robust therapeutic pipeline. Ensure as many hits on goal as we can.
Priorities shared by all of us.
And to achieve this, PPMD has convened our industry partners through our Duchenne Drug Development Roundtable…Continue
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Later this spring – likely on or about May 18 – FDA’s Pediatric Advisory Committee will convene to consider the issue of allowing in-dwelling ports in Sarepta’s Essence trial.
Once again, our community is at a pivotal moment in our history where we…Continue
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The PPMD Every Single [One] Tour had an amazing turnout last weekend in Seattle, WA! Nearly 100 parents, patients and professionals gathered at Seattle Children’s Hospital to talk and learn about research, care, therapy, and clinical…Continue
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Summit Therapeutics announced today that it will proceed with the planned extension phase of PhaseOut DMD, a Phase 2 clinical trial evaluating the utrophin modulator ezutromid, subject to regulatory approval.
This follows an interim review of the safety and tolerability data from the ongoing trial by an independent Data…Continue
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Health insurance is a contract between you and an insurance company. Health insurance helps pay your medical bills when you need care.
There are two major types of health insurance:
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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