Teva's laquinimod for multiple sclerosis shows positive Phase 3 results Teva and Active Biotech announced top-line results from the open-label extension of the Phase III ALLEGRO study that assessed the progression of disability and safety of oral laquinimod in early versus delayed-start relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis patients. The study compared the effectiveness of laquinimod in patients who received 36 months (early-start) versus those who received 24 months of laquinimod treatment (delayed-start). Laquinimod is an oral, once daily, investigational drug in Phase III studies for RRMS. Overall, early start patients were less likely to experience disease progression than those with a delayed start of Laquinimod (11.8% risk of confirmed disability progression vs 16.7%). The study also supports a favorable safety and tolerability profile of laquinimod in RRMS patients. No new safety concerns arose during the open-label phase. Additionally, data suggests laquinimod has potential restorative and anti-inflammatory properties.
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