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FibroScan-AST (FAST) score for the non-invasive identification of patients with non-alcoholic steatohepatitis with significant activity and fibrosis: a prospective derivation and global validation study

eStudySite has been providing free FibroScan’s for several years now and it’s a powerful tool in our clinicians decision making on trial eligibility for potential NASH/NAFLD patients. We’ve had success not only identifying potential trial subjects but just as importantly by eliminating more invasive procedures for those that show a low likelihood of NASH/NAFLD through FibroScan.

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Akcea and Ionis report positive topline phase 2 study results of AKCEA-ANGPTL3-LRx

For years now, eStudySite has been working hard to identify and diagnose NASH/NAFLD patients by providing free FibroScan’s and other exams to our community in order to raise awareness and to provide clinical trial opportunities from a growing number of our clients looking to tackle these conditions. Happy to have helped and pleased to see the Positive Top-line data from Akcea & Ionis. 

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Sol-Gel Announces Positive Top-Line Phase 3 Trial Results of Twyneo® for the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris

 eStudySite is honored to have been a contributing site on multiple Sol-Gel trials over the years. We appreciate our opportunities and return customers are the best barometer of our performance. 

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Alnylam Reports Positive Topline Results from ILLUMINATE-A Phase 3 Study of Lumasiran for the Treatment of Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1

Another exciting milestone from Alnylam! ILLUMINATE-A met the primary endpoint and all the secondary endpoints. eStudySite is proud of their contribution in getting Lumasiran one step closer to becoming a treatment for patients with PH1​.   

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Intercept Announces Publication of Phase 3 REGENERATE Trial

eStudySite is proud to have participated in this exciting trial which produced the first positive Phase 3 results in NASH. We have been dedicated for years to the identification and enrollment of NASH/NAFLD patients in trials as well as raising awareness to this very serious, under-diagnosed, and overlooked condition. Our sites provide free screening and FibroScans at community events and daily in our clinics to anyone that presents with NASH/NAFLD risk factors.   

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New Antibiotics Needed "Yesterday" To Tackle Drug-Resistant Infections, Doctor Says

eStudySite stands with Paratek and the whole antibiotic development industry in the fight to keep growing this critically low pipeline and moving it ahead, now and in the future.   

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FDA Approves First-of-its-Kind Acute Migraine Treatment

eStudySite is excited to see another product they worked on receive FDA approval. We are honored to have been able to provide patients in our trial early access to this exciting new medication for the acute treatment of migraines. Gudarz Davar, head of neurology development at Eli Lilly Bio-Medicines, said "there’s a  'substantial unmet need' for new acute migraine treatments like Reyvow." The drug, Davar said, "can help millions of migraine sufferers with unresolved pain and symptoms."   

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Novo Nordisk Snags FDA Approval for Oral Type 2 Diabetes Drug

eStudySite is excited to see another product they worked on receive FDA approval and now be available to a general public. We are honored to have been able to provide patients in our trial early access to this exciting new medication for Type 2 Diabetes. “This ability to now deliver a GLP-1 and harness the power of a biological medicine in a single, once-daily tablet—that is a unique thing. It’s never happened before,” Novo’s chief scientific officer, Mads Krogsgaard Thomsen, said ahead of the approval, adding, “it’s a little bit like a holy grail.”    

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MicuRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced positive top-line results for study MRX4-201, a US Phase 2 randomized, double-blind clinical trial comparing contezolid acefosamil (MRX-4) with linezolid for the treatment of acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections (ABSSSI)

More encouraging Antibiotic development that eStudySite is proud to have supported and pleased to of hear MicuRx’s, Dr. Zhengyu Yuan, President and CEO say: “We are very pleased with the excellent results of this study and plan to advance contezolid acefosamil into Phase 3 development next year."   

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Omadacycline Safe and Efficacious in IVDU and non-IVDU

eStudySite is especially proud of our contribution to this data. IVDU patients have traditionally been considered a difficult patient population to engage , treat and maintain protocol compliance over extended periods of time but we’ve had excellent success because of our focus on high quality patient care and genuine compassion for every person that walks through our doors.   

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eStudySite is privileged to have worked with Paratek on their important Omadacycline OASIS-2 trial and honored to be co-authors of their manuscript

As longtime collaborators, eStudySite is privileged to have worked with Paratek on their important Omadacycline OASIS-2 trial and honored to be co-authors of their manuscript published in the most recent issue of The Lancet Infectious Diseases. For decades, eStudySite and Dr. O’Riordan have been the leading ID Clinical Research site and on the front lines of the fight against antibiotic resistance.   

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Basilea announces positive results of phase 3 TARGET study with antibiotic ceftobiprole in the treatment of acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections (ABSSSI)

Great news out of Basel. The successful completion and positive results of this phase 3 study in skin infections marks the achievement of a significant milestone towards a filing of ceftobiprole in the U.S.   

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eStudySite is proud to be on the front lines on the battle against drug resistant UTIs

Thanks to The New York Times for giving this resistance problem the front page attention it deserves! We're proud to be on the front lines on the battle against drug resistant UTIs. After reading this article please head over to our studies page for more info on current and upcoming UTI trials.

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Rimegepant, a novel therapy for acute migraine, was featured in the New England Journal of Medicine. eStudySite is proud to have contributed

"For the first time in nearly three decades, people with migraine not helped by existing medications may have a new option to find relief during attacks," said Richard B. Lipton, M.D., the study's first author and Edwin S. Lowe Professor and vice chair of the Saul R. Korey Department of Neurology at Einstein and director of the Montefiore Headache Center.

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eStudySite is honored to have contributed to this critical Gram-Positive antibiotic drug development

ECR among patients who received iclaprim and vancomycin at the ETP was 80.9% (241 of 298) of patients receiving iclaprim compared with 81.0% (243 of 300) of those receiving vancomycin (treatment difference, −0.13%; 95% confidence interval, −6.42%–6.17%). Iclaprim was well tolerated in the study, with most adverse events categorized as mild.

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Sol-Gel Announces Positive Phase 2 clinical Trial Results for TWIN in Patients with Acne Vulgaris

As a longtime leader in dermatology clinical research, eStudySite is once again honored to have been given the opportunity to perform in another successful Acne trial. Our partner, Sol-Gel reports that TWIN Achieved Primary and Secondary Efficacy Endpoints with Statistical Significance and a Favorable Tolerability Profile.

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Once again, eSS is the leading clinical site moving research against multidrug-resistance (MDR) infections

eStudySite’s is honored to have led the way in this most important complicated intra-abdominal infections (cIAI) project and is pleased to share the positive topline results of IGNITE4, showing its met its primary end point.    

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eStudySite plays pivotal role as Paratek Pharmaceuticals, Omadacycline, shows promise against MRSA and more

In April, Paratek Pharmaceuticals shared phase 3 data suggesting once-daily treatment with IV-to-oral omadacycline effectively and safely treats the most frequently isolated bacterial pathogens associated with skin infections, including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).

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eStudySite is at the cutting edge of critical antibiotic development 

We are honored to have been lead author for the manuscript of our partner GSK’s novel first-in-class, triazaacenaphthylene antibacterial agent Gepotidacin and are excited about its potential. 

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Motif Bio Appoints William O’Riordan, MD of eStudySite, to Scientific Advisory Board

NEW YORK, May 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Motif Bio plc (NASDAQ:MTFB) (AIM:MTFB.LN), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company specializing in developing novel antibiotics, today announced the appointment of Dr. Thomas Lodise, Dr. Thomas Holland and Dr. William O’Riordan to the Clinical Advisory Board.

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Melinta Therapeutics Announces U.S. FDA Approval of Baxdela (Delafloxacin) for Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infection (ABSSI)

eSudySite is proud to have been instrumental in multiple Baxdela projects and publications over the last several years. Its approval provides a much needed addition to the battle against ABSSSI and is another example of eStudySite as the world’s leading enroller in ABSSSI clinical trials.

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Angiotensin II for the Treatment of Vasodilatory Shock

eStudySite’s is proud to be referenced in the May 25th print Issue of The New England Journal of Medicine for their contribution on “Angiotensin II for the Treatment of Vasodilatory Shock” out of our Las Vegas location.    

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