As Tatjana Naranda, Ferrer‘s Chief R&D Officer, explains "the ADOREXT study allows the company’s research team to continue in its aim to bring significant and differential value to people suffering from serious diseases such as ALS. At Ferrer, we have the commitment and vocation to transform the lives of people living with serious and debilitating diseases.”
International European study with the support of TRICALS
The extension of the Phase III clinical trial, ADORE, will continue to be supported by TRICALS, Europe's largest initiative researching a cure for ALS. Currently, a number of patients from Spain, France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Ireland and Sweden have been included. It is expected that participants from additional countries will be enrolled in the coming months.
The ADOREXT protocol has been developed considering ALS patients’ (pALS) needs and perspectives collected in an ALS Patient Representatives Advisory Board (PAB)
In which 8 patient organizations from Europe and North America participated.
In line with its growing focus in neurological disorders, together with pulmonary vascular and interstitial diseases, Ferrer initiated the ADORE clinical trial in November 2021. The roll over from the ADORE study to the ADOREXT study started in March 2023.
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