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Mundipharma Presents Positive Findings From Flutiform Study - Quick Facts

Vectura Group plc (VEC.L) announced that the its partner, the Mundipharma network, presented positive findings from largest ever flutiform study and supportive new data on flutiform k-haler at ERS 2017. The flutiform study, or the AffIRM study, confirmed effectiveness and tolerability in real-world clinical practice. Safety profile of flutiform pMDI in practice was consistent with that demonstrated in clinical trials.

James Ward-Lilley, CEO of Vectura, said: "AffIRM flutiform study provides further evidence this is an effective and differentiated treatment for asthma patients."

Mundipharma reported that the new data on flutiform k-haler (125/5 microgram), the company's breath-triggered aerosol inhaler currently under development, demonstrated efficient drug delivery characteristics. Flutiform k-haler achieved high levels of lung deposition of over 44% of delivered dose. Pharmacokinetic studies show efficacy and safety profile of new flutiform k-haler device would be comparable to flutiform pMDI device.

by RTT Staff Writer

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