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Commented Dr . Stan Heshka, an obesity expert at the Obesity Research Center, Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital and Columbia University, a major role an important role in the conception of the unique study design, ‘with these study results, S-2367 has been shown to hold to help their potential obese people and increase their achieved weight loss. These results particularly encouraging because particularly encouraging because weight regain, is one of the major problems with current obesity treatments. ‘.

Results for the IWR treatment arm showed a positive directional trend of enhanced weight loss compared to placebo when not statistically significant at the end of the 12 – week treatment period. In this arm, subjects lost in the high dose group on average 3.6 kg over 12 weeks, or 3.7 percent of baseline weight, compared to a loss of 2.4 kg or 2.4 percent of baseline weight for placebo showed. Moreover, there was a clear dose response between the 400mg/day and 1600mg. / day dose groups in in the IWR arm arm Given these positive developments and the strong results from the DWR, we believe, longer studies also show the clear advantage of the S-2367 in this setting. – in the Phase IIa trial the novel approach at all doses with no significant or serious safety issues, a finding consistent with subject well experience in previous clinical trials. The overall proportion of patients who initiated and completed treatment in the present Phase IIa study was 84 percent. Further results of the study, including detailed data on safety and secondary efficacy parameters are enabled when a complete analysis of the study database is complete. In his commentary on the results, Dr. Isao Teshirogi, Director of the Board and Senior Executive Officer responsible for Research and Development in Shionogi & Co. Ltd: We are excited about this promising top-line results, and encouraged those from earlier Phase I trials, which demonstrate that S-2367 efficacy and excellent efficacy and excellent safety profile for the treatment of obesity. The novel approach and rapid development from candidate selection to clinical proof-of-concept increase the strengths of Shionogi research and Development organization. .

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