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theuniversesucks

HI , any news on pritelivir , aicuris's website has given  absolutely no info in terms of progress in ages :( 

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Theyre currently conducting phase 2 trials for the immunocompromised.... Which will conclude in August. Results to be published by october if I'm not mistaken.

In four months hopefully the universe will suck a little bit less

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ScottoD

The problem once the trials are over, I am sure it wont be on the market for awhile unfortunatley

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morty1234
On 6/11/2019 at 5:29 PM, The said:

Theyre currently conducting phase 2 trials for the immunocompromised.... Which will conclude in August. Results to be published by october if I'm not mistaken.

In four months hopefully the universe will suck a little bit less

It has been postponed

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brookeb300
8 minutes ago, morty1234 said:

It has been postponed

Really? The immunocompromised trial has been postponed? I thought it was just still going on but not done yet.

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The trial has been extended 4 months... and the Pritelivir is being compared to..  Foscavir iv? I dont remember that initially being apart of the study. I thought It was just Pritelivir vs placebo before..

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6 hours ago, The said:

The trial has been extended 4 months... and the Pritelivir is being compared to..  Foscavir iv? I dont remember that initially being apart of the study. I thought It was just Pritelivir vs placebo before..

Well since foscavir iv is I think the current standard of care for severe infections/immunocompromised people it makes since that they would compare them. Hopefully pritelivir can outperform it or is seen as a good alternative simply because of the increased safety profile of an oral medication vs IV.

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LightafterDarkness

Looks like they just pushed back by another month. I take this as a good sign / bad sign -> good sign is they did not bump back alot more (earlier this summer as noted above they bumped it back 4 months from), bad sign in that they felt they needed another 30 day.

  • Actual Study Start Date :May 8, 2017
  • Estimated Primary Completion Date :March 2020
  • Estimated Study Completion Date :May 2020

 

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03073967

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Morty123
19 hours ago, LightafterDarkness said:

Looks like they just pushed back by another month. I take this as a good sign / bad sign -> good sign is they did not bump back alot more (earlier this summer as noted above they bumped it back 4 months from), bad sign in that they felt they needed another 30 day.

  • Actual Study Start Date :May 8, 2017
  • Estimated Primary Completion Date :March 2020
  • Estimated Study Completion Date :May 2020

 

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03073967

sadness, i'm waiting it like a farmer wait for the rain

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asdfz

What's the status of Pritelivir in the US?  Can anyone speak to their life pre and post Pritelivir?  

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Kurdt01

If and when this is approved for the Immuno-compromised, will it be available off label as a daily suppressant? I have a doc that would write this script if its possible...not sure how all that works...

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