Mirum Published Results of Livmarli (maralixibat) for the Treatment of Alagille Syndrome in Hepatology
- The company highlighted the results from the clinical studies evaluating Livmarli in patients with ALGS
- The results from the retrospective analysis showed an improvement in pruritus from baseline to 48wk. was predictive of 6yr. EFS & TFS (88% vs 57% & 93% vs 57%) over patients with minimal to no improvement in pruritus; serum bile acids of <200μmol/L (85% vs 49% & 90% vs 49%); 50% reduction in sBA (86% vs 39% & 90% vs 39%), 48wk. bilirubin <6.5mg/dL (90% vs 43% & 94% vs 42%)
- The overall predictive ability of these variables was stable over several years with all 3 variables being correlated. Livmarli, an ileal bile acid transporter inhibitor was approved in the US for cholestatic pruritus in patients with ALGS aged ≥3mos. & in the EU in patients aged ≥2mos.
Ref: Businesswire | Image: Mirum
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