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     121  0 Kommentare  Bristol Myers Squibb Presents New Pooled Interim Long-Term Safety and Metabolic Outcomes Data from the EMERGENT Program Evaluating KarXT in Schizophrenia at the 2024 Annual Congress of the Schizophrenia International Research Society

    Bristol Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY) today announced interim long-term safety, tolerability and metabolic outcomes data from its Phase 3 EMERGENT program evaluating KarXT (xanomeline-trospium) in adults with schizophrenia. These data were presented in a poster titled, “Long-Term Safety of KarXT (Xanomeline and Trospium) in Schizophrenia” (Poster F74) and in the Oral Session “Long-Term Metabolic Outcomes Associated With KarXT (Xanomeline and Trospium): Interim Results From Pooled, Long-Term Safety Studies EMERGENT-4 and EMERGENT-5” at the Annual Congress of the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) being held April 3-7, 2024, in Florence, Italy.

    “These long-term safety results and metabolic outcomes from the EMERGENT program are extremely encouraging, allowing us to further understand the tolerability profile of KarXT in people living with schizophrenia,” said Roland Chen, MD, senior vice president and head, Immunology, Cardiovascular and Neuroscience development, Bristol Myers Squibb. “It is promising to see that over one year of treatment, KarXT was not associated with burdensome side effects, specifically weight gain and metabolic dysfunction, as well as extrapyramidal symptoms, which underscores its potential to provide a meaningful and differentiated option for people living with schizophrenia.”

    Pooled Interim Long-Term Metabolic Outcomes Associated with KarXT (EMERGENT-4 and EMERGENT-5)

    The EMERGENT-4 and EMERGENT-5 trials are Phase 3, outpatient, 52-week, open-label trials evaluating the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of KarXT in adults with schizophrenia. At the time of the data cutoff of August 18, 2023, the interim pooled data analysis included 718 patients who received at least one dose of KarXT, with 134 patients having completed one year of treatment.

    In the pooled analysis, KarXT demonstrated a favorable impact on weight and long-term metabolic profile where most patients experienced stability or improvements on key metabolic parameters over 52 weeks of treatment. The majority of patients (65%) experienced an overall reduction in weight over the course of the trial, with more patients (18%) experiencing potentially clinically significant (≥7% change) decreases in weight vs. 4% of patients experiencing increases in weight (≥7% change). In patients who completed 52 weeks of treatment with KarXT, an average reduction in weight of 2.6kg was observed, with a larger mean reduction in weight of 4.1kg observed in clinically obese patients (BMI > 30 kg/m2). Total cholesterol, triglyceride and HbA1c levels did not meaningfully change over one year of treatment.

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     Bristol Myers Squibb Presents New Pooled Interim Long-Term Safety and Metabolic Outcomes Data from the EMERGENT Program Evaluating KarXT in Schizophrenia at the 2024 Annual Congress of the Schizophrenia International Research Society Bristol Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY) today announced interim long-term safety, tolerability and metabolic outcomes data from its Phase 3 EMERGENT program evaluating KarXT (xanomeline-trospium) in adults with schizophrenia. These data were presented in a …

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