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Access Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Data From MuGard Phase 4 Clinical Trial In Oral Mucositis At MASCC/ISOO 2012 Symposium
Date:6/28/2012

DALLAS and NEW YORK, June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ACCESS PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.(OTCBB: ACCP), a biopharmaceutical company developing treatments in areas of oncology and oncology supportive care, announced that Dr. Ron R. Allison of Carolina Radiation Medicine, Greenville, NC, presented results from its ongoing MuGard Phase 4 clinical trial in oral mucositis (OM) at the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) Conference in New York City. The presentation summarized data from 70 cancer patients undergoing chemoradiation therapy for head and neck cancer. Patients using MuGard experienced a statistically significant reduction in mouth and throat soreness, a statistically significant delay to onset of oral mucositis as measured in days or cumulative radiation, and statistically significant reductions in weight loss during therapy and in the use of opioid pain medication.

"Given the significant oral mucositis typically seen in this head and neck cancer population, the benefits of MuGard shown in the results from this trial are important both clinically and from a patient quality-of-life perspective. It's critically important that we keep patients as comfortable and nourished as possible during this tough treatment regimen, to optimize clinical outcomes," stated Dr. Ron R. Allison, a principal investigator in the MuGard trial, Carolina Radiation Medicine, Greenville, NC.  He continued, "MuGard is prescribed to patients at my institute who are not eligible to participate in the clinical trial, and we see less mucositis in those patients compared to other rinses. The MuGard benefits shown, to date, suggest broad application in patients at risk of this debilitating toxicity."

"The study results are consistent with a conclusion supporting MuGard's effectiveness in the palliation of oral mucositis. MuGard's ability to mitigate symptom onset and lessen patient dependence on narcotic ana
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