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Zysis Receives US Patent for Long Acting Oral Aripiprazole Once Weekly
Date:11/13/2013

LONDON, November 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

First-in-class antipsychotic therapy for Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorders

Zysis, a private pharmaceutical company optimising therapies for disorders of the Central Nervous System, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted U.S. patent 8,575,172 covering its Phase II ready Long Acting Oral Aripiprazole Once Weekly (LAO Aripiprazole OW) product, a first-in-class antipsychotic therapy for orally dosed relapse prevention in patients suffering from Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorders.

LAO Aripiprazole OW with medically supervised dosing is an alternative option to Long Acting Injectables (LAI) in the rapidly expanding market for prevention of psychotic relapse.  Non-adherence rates are extremely high with schizophrenia therapy; around 75% of patients are non-adherent within two years of being discharged from hospital[1], the consequences of which are medically and economically severe with 69% of patients with poor adherence suffering a relapse[2].

Peter Cozens, Chairman of Zysis said: "LAO Aripiprazole OW is a promising, cost effective option in the treatment of Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder and Bipolar Disorders for the large number of patients struggling with adherence.  We are very pleased to receive the U.S. Patent. This is an important event for Zysis. LAO Aripiprazole OW represents a breakthrough treatment providing another option to address unmet patient needs while improving their quality of life." 

Dr Robert Millet, Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and renowned US expert in long-acting therapies for the treatment of psychotic symptoms at Carolina Behavioral Care added: "I see adherence as a major factor in schizophrenia treatment today and this once weekly therapy has the potential to
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