Thank you very much for your interest to Mircludex B.
You probably know that the drug was developed by the German scientists and phase 1 clinical trial in healthy people has finished in Germany early this year.
Now we are preparing for the next stage of clinical trial to show the drug effect in patients suffering from CHB (without CHD). This will be the first trial in patients. Several hepatology clinics in Russia will participate in. We expect to have the result on the second half next year. Based on it we will correct further development program.
Recent update for clinical trial published on 21Sept2012.
The company "Gepatera" Health Ministry received permission to conduct clinical trials
This was written in Russia.
he company "Gepatera" Health Ministry received permission to conduct clinical trials
September 21, 2012
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