Clinical Trends for September 2015

Ryan Syrek

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September 25, 2015

Clinical Trend of the Week (Aug 29-Sept 4): Tardive Dyskinesia

Any time a new drug progresses in its research path, physicians take note. Last week, Neurocrine Biosciences Inc. announced that it completed subject randomization on its phase III clinical trial of a compound designed for use in patients with tardive dyskinesia. The compound, NBI-98854, is a vesicular monoamine transporter 2 and could potentially be the first treatment specifically approved for tardive dyskinesia, the symptoms of which are rarely reversible.

For more in-depth clinical information, see Tardive Dyskinesia.

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