Takeda Presents P-III Trial (ADVANCE-CIDP 1) Results of Hyqvia for Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy at PNS 2023, Published in the JPNS
- The P-III trial (ADVANCE-CIDP 1) evaluating Hyqvia as maintenance therapy vs PBO in a ratio (1:1) in 132 adult patients with CIDP and who had remained on a stable dosing regimen of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) therapy for 3mos. prior to screening
- The results showed that the patients treated with Hyqvia achieved a significant reduction in relapse rate (9.7% vs 31.4%), respectively, lower probability of functional worsening rates (37.5% vs 54.4%), patients experienced longer time to relapse with the Kaplan–Meier curves separating early @~4wk., change in R-ODS centile scores −6.1 vs −0.9, respectively
- The safety profile was generally consistent with the existing EU summary of product characteristics. The therapy is currently under regulatory review in the US and EU for use as a maintenance therapy in adult patients with stable CIDP
Ref: Businesswire | Image: Takeda
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