Regeneron earns mid-stage win for higher dose of Eylea, hoping to refresh its sales pitch
Regeneron has made its name on the blockbuster success of eye drug Eylea, but with the aging drug facing a raft of competitors the drugmaker is looking for ways to keep its sales pitch fresh. And researchers are blazing a fresh trail on that front with new mid-stage data out today.
Forty-three percent of wet age-related macular degeneration patients dosed with an 8 mg dose of Eylea reported no retinal fluid after four weeks compared with 26.4% of patients receiving a 2 mg dose of the drug, according to topline data from a Phase II study unveiled Tuesday.
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