Lilly Stops Phase III Development of Pomaglumetad Methionil For the Treatment of Schizophrenia Based on Efficacy Results
Additionally, the recently completed Phase II study, HBCO, which investigated pomaglumetad methionil as an adjunctive treatment with atypical antipsychotics, did not meet its primary endpoint.
Lilly is contacting study investigators to outline specific actions related to the close-out of each ongoing study. Lilly will work with study investigators to ensure an appropriate transition of study participants to continuing clinical care outside of the trials.
"I'm disappointed in what these results mean for patients with schizophrenia who still are searching for options to treat this terrible illness," said
The decision to stop ongoing Phase III development of pomaglumetad methionil is expected to result in a third-quarter charge to R&D expense in the range of
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