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HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J., March 15, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation (Nasdaq:NYMX) announced today that a presentation entitled "Clinical studies of NX-1207: Phase 3 Injectable for BPH" will be given at 3:45 p.m. March 17 during the 28th Annual European Association of Urology Congress in the Milano Congressi, Milan, Italy. NX-1207 is the Company's novel patented drug which is currently in Phase 3 trials for BPH and Phase 2 for localized prostate cancer.
At the presentation, Ronald Tutrone Jr, MD, FACS, the Medical Director of the Chesapeake Urology Research Associates of Towson, MD, will present data on NX-1207 and the NX-1207 clinical trials to date, including the two Phase 3 clinical trials currently in progress. Dr. Tutrone has participated as an investigator in three of the prospective NX-1207 clinical trials as well as follow-up studies.
NX-1207 is in late stage Phase 3 development in the U.S. for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a common condition of older men associated with growth in prostate size as men age. Phase 3 trial activities of NX-1207 for BPH have begun in Europe sponsored by Recordati S.p.A., the company's European licensing partner. In the BPH studies to date, a single dose of NX-1207 has been found to produce symptomatic improvements about double that reported for currently approved BPH drugs without causing the sexual or cardiovascular side effects associated with those drugs. Follow-up studies have shown evidence of long lasting benefit with a significant proportion of men who received a single dose reporting maintained improvement in BPH symptoms without other treatments for up to 7½ years.
BPH causes progressive difficulties with urination, such as nocturia, urge to void frequently, acute urinary retention and other problems. The condition can seriously impact the health and quality of life of middle aged and older men. It is estimated that 50% of men in their 50s have pathological signs of prostatic hyperplasia and a high proportion of men as they age suffer from moderate to severe urinary problems and symptoms associated with BPH.