REGENXBIO ($RGNX) presents data using the Clearside Bio ($CLSD) SCS injector to treat wet AMD and diabetic retinopathy patients with RGX-314. Since existing treatments are on the market for these indications, it is very important that safety signals in these studies are reduced to a minimum. It is also critical that efficacy remains non-inferior to Eylea or Lucentis. In this video, I go through both readouts and discuss the potential for the therapy moving forward.
4D Molecular Therapeutics ($FDMT) announces positive early interim data in their intravitreal treatment of 4D-125 in patients with X-linked Retinitis Pigmentosa. With only a small patient population to analyze, it is difficult to derive much conclusion, but so far the efficacy and safety is hopeful. Patients advanced in their disease and also had an extensive prophylactic regimen, making it difficult to assess the treatment’s success. In this video, I go through the details of the space and talk about what’s next for FDMT.
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