Teva suffers setback on in-house asthma program as a PhII study is halted early due to futility
Although Teva largely makes its money these days through generic drug sales, the company continues to develop a suite of asthma medicines and inhalers for its in-house R&D efforts. But one such candidate has apparently hit a speed bump.
According to a Monday update posted on clinicaltrials.gov, Teva terminated a Phase II asthma study early due to futility following an interim analysis. The trial had been looking to evaluate the program known as TEV-48574 in 65 adults over 16 weeks, regardless if their severe asthma is triggered by allergens.
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