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Lexicon Phase 2 Trial Of Anti-Tumor Drug Meets Primary Endpoint, Begins Phase 3

Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (LXRX), a biopharmaceutical company announced new data from its recently completed Phase 2 study of its investigational drug telotristat etiprate for carcinoid tumors. Through the trial, the drug achieved its primary endpoint that is the reduction of bowel movements from baseline at week 12 in 46.4 percent of the patients involved in the study and suffering from metastatic carcinoid syndrome. In addition, the company said it would present the data from the trial at the North American Neuroendocrine Tumor Society on October 13 in California.

Further, the company added Telotristat etiprate, administered orally was well tolerated by the patients with only three of the patients reporting serious adverse events, none of which was related to study drug.

In a statement, the company said it is also initiating a 12-week registrational Phase 3 trail that is designed to test the drug's safety, efficacy after its positive outlook in the Phase 2 trials, said Lexicon in a statement.

by RTT Staff Writer

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