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United States : ZOSANO PHARMA'S ZP-Glucagon Patch Phase 2 Study obtains Better outcomes.

Zosano Pharma Corporation, a clinical-stage specialty pharmaceutical firm, declared positive outcomes from the Phase 2 clinical trial of its proprietary, quick onset, transdermal ZP-Glucagon patch for severe hypoglycemia.

The goal of the Phase 2 clinical program was to assist the safety and efficacy of the ZP-Glucagon patch in comparison to the standard-of-care in reversing insulin ingested hypoglycemia in adult subjects with Type 1 diabetes.

2 doses of the ZP-Glucagon patch were in comparison with 2 doses of intramuscular injections in an open-label, randomized, 4-way crossover study design.

The 2 ZP-Glucagon patch doses eases blood sugar in 100% of the patients.

Both patch doses had quick onset of action and time to glucose response was alike among the 2 modes of administration.

Each cure were well tolerated and no new protection issues were recognized.

Thorsten von Stein, Chief Medical Officer said, "Achieving positive results from this Phase 2 study with the Zosano ZP-Glucagon patch is another significant milestone for the company. ZP-Glucagon s dry, stable formulation and simple press-and-apply application represents a significant improvement over the currently marketed products for treatment of severe hypoglycemia, which often require a lay person to deliver an injection with a cumbersome preparation and reconstitution process.

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Publication:Mena Report
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Date:Oct 16, 2015
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