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D-Pharm Submits Investigational New Drug Application and Special Protocol Assessment to the FDA for Phase III Trial of DP-b99 in Acute Stroke Patients
Date:5/6/2009

REHOVOT, Israel, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- D-Pharm announced today that it has submitted IND and Special Protocol Assessment (SPA) packages to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), for its pivotal Phase III clinical trial of DP-b99 in acute ischemic stroke patients. D-Pharm plans to initiate the trial later this year following FDA review of the IND and SPA. Recently, D-Pharm also obtained Scientific Advice from the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) on the development strategy for DP-b99 in Europe.

Prior to the IND submission D-Pharm successfully completed the program outlined at the pre-IND meeting held with the FDA in January 2008. The program included additional toxicity studies, a drug interaction study with rtPA, and an interaction study with warfarin in healthy volunteers, as well as scale-up and optimization of the DP-b99 manufacturing process.

The planned Phase III trial is a randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled study (study acronym MACSI: Membrane Activated Chelator Stroke Intervention). It is designed to compare the effect on ischemic stroke outcome between a placebo group and a group of patients treated with 1 mg/kg/day of DP-b99 for 4 consecutive days. D-Pharm plans to enroll 770 moderate to severely affected ischemic stroke patients in over 100 clinical sites in North America, Europe, South Africa and Israel.

"I am especially pleased with this achievement since bringing DP-b99 from design to Phase III really reflects the company's ability to adapt and mature along with our lead product. I look forward to agreement on the SPA and commencing our Phase III trial with DP-b99 under IND" said Alex Kozak, PhD, CEO and President of D-Pharm.

Special Protocol Assessment (SPA) is an instrument of the FDA for evaluating protocols and reaching agreement with sponsors on the design of clinical trials that can be used for drug approval. In our case, it applies to a clinica
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