BMS Trumpets Breakthrough For Phase III-Bound IPF Drug
Strong Showing For LPA1 Antagonist
Bristol Myers Squibb believes LPA1 receptor inhibition is the best approach to meet the urgent need for well tolerated new pulmonary fibrosis treatment options that can improve symptoms and address the underlying cause of disease.
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Phase III trials of BMS-986278 are already being prepped.
Elsewhere at the European Respiratory Society meeting, Bristol Myers Squibb will hope that its LPA1 antagonist can add a hit in progressive pulmonary fibrosis to the success it has already posted in the idiopathic form of the disease.
Galecto’s decision to discontinue its idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis candidate after disappointing Phase IIb results represents the latest in a number of mid/late-stage failures to treat the disease.