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At that time, SPI will also begin Phase 2 clinical trials for an oral herpes indication and Phase 2 trials for a chronic (daily dosage) indication.
According to WHO and CDC statistics, over 80 percent of the population have oral herpes with about 20 percent of these expressing symptoms.
John McMichael said, "While our initial clinical focus in on oral herpes, we have evidence that suggests our patented agent may address a broad range of herpesvirus indications.
Herpes simplex, the virus causing oral herpes, serves as the prototype of a Beech Tree Labs' approach that potentially addresses a broad spectrum of herpesvirus indications.
Almost 750 patients were evaluated in two double-blind, placebo-controlled studies which evaluated LIDAKOL in the treatment of recurrent oral herpes.
OTC Bulletin Board: PHBT) announced today it has signed a Letter of Intent to enter into an exclusive patent license agreement for a technology to prevent and treat genital and oral herpes.
With regard to acyclovir Lauriad[R] in the treatment of recurrent oral herpes, the company has extended its international phase III trial to the United States.
We view these results as particularly significant," he said, "because we believe that our FDA application, if approved, will enable us to compete favorably in a market dealing with 150 million episodes of oral herpes each year in the U.
LIDAK recently completed the patient enrollment and treatment portion of two Phase 3 clinical trials studying its proprietary drug, n-docosanol (LIDAKOL(R)) as a treatment for oral herpes.
BioAlliance Pharma SA (Paris:BIO) today announced it has extended its ongoing acyclovir Lauriad[R] Phase III trial in the treatment of oral herpes to the United States.
The most advanced program involves the ongoing Phase 3 clinical trials with the topical formulation of LIDAK's proprietary drug, n-docosanol (LIDAKOL(R)), as a treatment of oral herpes.
Medivir's first drug, the oral herpes (cold sore) pharmaceutical Lipsovir[R], may be granted a marketing authorization as early as 2008.