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InterMune Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results and Business Highlights
Date:8/6/2009

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  • On April 21, InterMune reported that the INFORM-1 study had been expanded by three additional cohorts to explore the interferon-free regimen in treatment-experienced patients, both treatment failures and null-responder HCV patients, and would include twice-daily dosing of ITMN-191 and significantly higher total daily doses (600mg and 900mg twice daily) than those explored in the first four patient cohorts.
  • Today the company announced that results of all seven cohorts of INFORM-1 will be presented in Presidential Plenary Session III (#193) at the 2009 AASLD meeting at 8:00 a.m. on November 3. The company also announced today that two additional abstracts on the topics of the PK/PD profile (#1594) and the viral resistance profile (#1585) of the INFORM-1 regimen have been accepted for poster presentations at the 2009 AASLD meeting, also on November 3.
  • 2009 Key Project Guidance

    The company provided the following guidance on its key development projects, pirfenidone and ITMN-191.

        Milestones And Key Events                              Expected Date
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        Pirfenidone
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        Oral presentation on pirfenidone at ERS              September 14, 2009
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        Submission of pirfenidone NDA to FDA                            Q4 2009
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        Submission of pirfenidone MAA to EMEA                           Q1 2010
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        ITMN-191 (R7227)
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        Phase 2b initiation by Roche ($20 million payment
         to InterMune)                                              August 2009
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