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The US firm’s lead antibody biopolymer conjugate asset failed to match Regeneron/Bayer’s Eylea in two Phase III diabetic macular edema studies, prompting discontinuation of the program and a reassessment of an earlier program based on the same platform technology.
Monthly dosing remains a possibility in wet age-related macular degeneration, though diabetic macular edema and retinal vein occlusion look more promising.
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Adverum said it would cease developing ADVM-022 for DME and focus on wet AMD, but the adverse events that prompted the shift could invite further scrutiny in an already competitive market.
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