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Ozanimod treatment shows maintained response in ulcerative colitis

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Prof. Silvio Danese, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Italy
ECCO 2022
Phase 3, True North
Ozanimod demonstrated long-term durability of efficacy in participants with active ulcerative colitis (UC). Moreover, results from the open-label, extension study of the phase 3 True North trial did not display new safety issues associated with the long-term use of ozanimod. Ozanimod is an S1P receptor modulator, approved for the treatment of patients with moderately to severely active UC based on the 52-week results of the True North trial (NCT02435992) [1]. An open-label extension study was initiated to assess the long-term efficacy of ozanimod [2]. In total, 823 participants entered the open-label extension study of the True North trial, of whom 64%, 34%, and 14% completed the week 46, week 94, and week 142 time points, respectively. Lack of efficacy (21%) and withdrawal by subject (13%) were the main reasons for treatment discontinuations. Prof. S...

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