Dr. Patrik De Haes, CEO of ThromboGenics, commented, "The decision to conduct this study comparing TB-402 with a potential future market leader, rivaroxaban, has been validated. The result, while disappointing, means that we do not need to invest any further in the development of TB-402. We intend to utilize our resources to support the commercialization of our lead product ocriplasmin and to develop our ophthalmology pipeline."Svein Mathisen, CEO of BioInvent, also commented, "In our collaboration with ThromboGenics we decided to raise the bar for TB-402 by pitching it in a head-to-head trial against Xarelto. Investment decisions should be based on business context and solid
ThromboGenics And BioInvent Announce Results From Phase IIb Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Study With TB-402
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