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Roche announces the initiation of a clinical study on investigational molecule bitopertin in people with β-thalassemia

Roche announces the development of investigational molecule bitopertin in β-thalassemia and informs the patient community that the company has recently started a clinical study testing the efficacy of this molecule in people with β-thalassemia.

About the study
This study, called βitoThal or BP39642, is evaluating the use of bitopertin in people with non-transfusion dependent (NTD) β-thalassemia. The βitoThal (BP39642) study aims to explore the safety, tolerability and efficacy of bitopertin, a molecule given by mouth. It is an open-label study of 22 weeks duration in up to 24 subjects where all participants will be given bitopertin. Countries involved in the study are Italy, Lebanon and Thailand.

 

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