Foamix Reports Topline Results from Phase 3 Trials for FMX101 in Patients with Acne
In the intent-to-treat analysis, FMX101 demonstrated statistical significance compared to vehicle on both co-primary endpoints in Trial 05, but did not demonstrate statistical significance on one of the two co-primary endpoints in Trial 04, specifically IGA success.
Key top-line data:
- Co-primary endpoint - Absolute changes from baseline in the number of inflammatory lesions
· Trial 04: -14.16 for FMX101 and -11.17 for the vehicle (p=0.0071); percent reductions were 43.93% for FMX101 and 34.03% for the vehicle (p<0.01)
· Trial 05: -13.46 for FMX101 and -10.72 for vehicle (p=0.0058); percent reductions were 42.94% for FMX101 and 33.94% for vehicle in Trial 05 (p<0.01)
- Co-primary endpoint - Proportions of patients with Investigator's Global Assessment (IGA) success
· Trial 04: 8.09% for FMX101 and 4.77% for the vehicle (p=0.2178)
· Trial 05: 14.67% for FMX101 and 7.89% for the vehicle (p=0.0423)
- FMX101 was generally safe and well-tolerated.
"Whereas Trial 05 showed significance in both primary endpoints, Trial 04 did not meet significance for the IGA score endpoint," said
The two double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled Phase 3 trials (Trials No. 04 and 05) included a total of 961 subjects with moderate-to-severe acne. Subjects were randomized to receive either FMX101 (minocycline foam 4%) or vehicle foam once daily over 12 weeks.
The two co-primary endpoints were the absolute change in the number of inflammatory lesions (papules and pustules); and the proportion of patients achieving success at week 12, as defined by an IGA score of "clear" or "almost clear" and at least a two-grade improvement from baseline at week 12.
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Foamix is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of proprietary, innovative and differentiated topical drugs for dermatological therapy. Our clinical stage product candidates include FMX101, our novel minocycline foam for the treatment of moderate-to-severe acne, FMX103 for the treatment of moderate-to-severe rosacea, FMX102 for the treatment of impetigo, and FDX104, our doxycycline foam for the management of acne-like rash induced by EGFRI anticancer drugs.
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