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New hope for epidermolysis bullosa patients

Presented By
Prof. Dedee F. Murrell, St George Hospital, University of New South Wales, Australia

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Conference
EADV 2020
A multinational, phase 3 study with Oleogel-S10 for epidermolysis bullosa was the first to reach its primary endpoint. Complete wound closure was reached by 41.3% of wounds treated with Oleogel-S10 versus 28.9% of those treated with a control gel. A specific treatment for epidermolysis bullosa (EB) has been lacking as the standard of care until now comprised non-adhesive bandages and topical treatments (i.e. anti-microbials, corticosteroids). The agent that is expected to change this is derived from the bark of the birch t...


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