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Creabilis Itching To Start Phase III Tests Of Lead Asset For Chronic Pruritus

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Keen to make up for lost time, dermatology specialist Creabilis Ltd is using positive Phase IIb data to advance its lead anti-itch product CT327, a novel topical TrkA kinase inhibitor, on to Phase III trials in psoriasis patients which, if successful, should open the way for regulatory filing in mid-2018 for a condition where there is no approved standard of care.

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