Experimental Pyoderma Gangrenosum Drug Could Impact Crohn’s, Colitis Patients

Experimental Pyoderma Gangrenosum Drug Could Impact Crohn’s, Colitis Patients
XOMA Corporation, a company dedicated to developing antibody-based therapeutics, has begun patient enrollment for a pivotal phase III study of gevokizumab for the treatment of active pyoderma gangrenous (PG), a rare neutrophilic dermatosis of expanding necrotic skin ulcers. The study is meant to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the compound in treating active ulcers that develop as a result of the

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