TIME-2b Disappointed: Aerpio’s Lead Product Fails In Diabetic Retinopathy
As its lead product fails at Phase IIb in diabetic retinopathy, Aerpio’s attentions turn to its other potential indications, but investors will need more convincing that this strategy will pay dividends.
You may also be interested in...
Public Company Edition: Phathom went public in the US within proposed pricing terms, but Cabaletta’s IPO went to market below a proposed range, while TFF launched in line with earlier plans. Also, Principia’s FOPO raises $210m and Trillium restructures.
In a series of articles, Scrip takes a look at some of the key novel products expected to reach the market in 2022 in a cross-section of therapy areas. Here, with input from Biomedtracker, are nine new products for endocrine and metabolic disorders that could make their debuts next year.
Forte Biosciences’ attempts to use a new approach to treating inflammatory skin disease using a topical live biotherapeutic, FB-401, have come to a crashing halt at Phase II. Where the company goes next remains to be seen.