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(CercleFinancecom) – Ipsen unveiled on Monday the results of a phase II study showing that the increase in the frequency of administration of Somatuline Autogel, its treatment against neuroendocrine tumors, did not affect the quality of life of patients
According to the company, these new results reveal that the quality of life remained stable throughout the study in patients with tumors of the pancreas and digestive tract, despite injections twice as frequent compared to their initial dosing schedule
These abstracts were published on the occasion of the ENETS (European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society) congress, specifies Ipsen in a press release.
In the United Kingdom, where the autonomous injection of the gel at home by the patient or a partner has been approved, a substantial impact in terms of cost reduction and hospital consultations has also been observed, notes the pharmaceutical group on Monday
Ipsen share is currently up 0.6% in a Paris market down 0.6%
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