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Anterios, Inc., Announces Results of Consumer Survey Revealing Widespread Problem of Excessive Sweating and Desire for New Topical Botulinum Toxin Treatment
Date:11/14/2013

NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Anterios, Inc., a privately held aesthetic medicine and medical dermatology biopharmaceutical company, announced today survey results showcasing the current consumer sentiment around excessive sweating and a new potential topical botulinum treatment option that the Company is developing for hyperhidrosis, the medically extreme form of excessive sweating. The survey found that 17% of men and women in the survey -- equating to approximately 50 million people in the United States -- indicate that their antiperspirants are ineffective and that they sweat too much. 3.2% of men and women in the survey -- equating to approximately 10 million people in the United States -- indicate that they suffer from hyperhidrosis as self-scored on the Hyperhidrosis Disease Severity Scale as "Moderate" or "Severe". The survey was conducted via the Internet, collecting a nationally randomized sample of 2,599 men and women respondents.  The goal of the survey was to assess how excessive sweating impacted consumers as well as to understand the interest in and willingness to pay for treatment with ANT-1207, a patented topical botulinum toxin type A treatment that is in clinical development.

This survey showed that 54% of women and 37% of men who said they "sweat too much" indicated that they are likely to go to a physician's office to seek evaluation and possible treatment with a new, potential in-office treatment for hyperhidrosis with a topical botulinum prescription lotion – ANT-1207 -- if it were to be available after FDA approval.  74% of women and 67% of men who scored themselves as "having hyperhidrosis" indicated that they are likely to go to a physician's office to seek evaluation and potential treatment with ANT-1207 if it were to be available.

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