Frequency Therapeutics updates official Study Record of Phase 2a clinical trial, FX-322 in Adults With Stable Sensorineural Hearing Loss.
The changes were posted to ClinicalTrials.gov on January 29, 2020 and involve: a) four new study locations, and b) adjustments to the eligibility criteria.
Interestingly, the opening of any additional U.S. sites could add new information to a past statement made by Frequency Therapeutics Chief Executive Officer, David Lucchino, who said, “We have opened all U.S. sites for our Phase 2a study of FX-322,” according to a November 18, 2019 press release.
More importantly, however, is the great opportunity these new locations could provide to any interested (and eligible) patients living in New York, Texas, Utah, or Virginia.
Clinical Trial Recruitment Locations: EXTENDED EDITION
The following four locations were added to the list of clinical trial sites:
United States, New York
Amherst, New York, United States, 14226
United States, Texas
San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78258
United States, Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, 84102
United States, Virginia
Richmond, Virginia, United States, 23235
As of February 4, 2020, these four new locations are not yet recruiting patients. However, that could change at any moment. Meanwhile, the other recruitment sites — which were posted back in October — are still actively recruiting.
The other recent changes to the FX-322 clinical trial record involve the study’s Eligibility Criteria. Changes were made to both the Inclusion and Exclusion criteria.
FX-322 Trial Eligibility: REMASTERED
Inclusion Criteria (Nov 2019 vs. Feb 2020)
Established diagnosis of sensorineural hearing loss by standard audiometric measures that is stable for ≥ 6 months prior to the Screening Visit [no changes greater than 5 decibels (dB) in anyfrequency].
Established diagnosis of stable sensorineural hearing loss by standard audiometric measures for ≥ 6 months prior to the Screening visit (no changes in air conduction greater than 10 dB at a singlefrequency or greater than 5 dB at two contiguous frequencies from the prior audiogram to the Screening audiogram in the study ear).
Exclusion Criteria (Nov 2019 vs. Feb 2020)
Any conductive hearing loss of 10 dB or more at two or more frequencies in either ear.
Any conductive hearing loss of greater than 15 dB at a single frequency or greater than 10 dB at two or more contiguous octave frequencies in the study ear at the Screening visit or on the prior audiogram (if the Investigator feels there is not a true conductive hearing loss, the Medical Monitor should be consulted).
That’s all for now.
Note: The next actually interesting FX-322 progress update should be arriving in June, which is when Frequency Therapeutics could be ready to report top-line data from the trial.
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