Diabetic Kidney Disease
May 25, 2015
Phosphate Therapeutics released results of a phase IIb study of PT20 for hyperphosphataemia
related to dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (DD-CKD). The multicenter, placebo-
controlled, randomized study enrolled 150 subjects and clearly met its primary endpoint (p<0.0001) demonstrating that PT20 successfully
lowered serum phosphate levels compared to placebo, while all secondary analyses of the primary endpoint were also statistically significant (p<0.01). All of the study’s PT20 dose groups showed a phosphate reduction at day 28 compared to baseline and this reduction was dose-related. PT20 was very well-tolerated with less than 5% of the patients who received study medication withdrawing because of adverse events; and no serious adverse events were considered related to study medication.
May 5, 2014
Concert Pharmaceuticals issued
results of a phase II trial of CTP-499 in
patients with diabetic kidney disease.
The placebo-controlled, multi-center
trial involved three parts: a double-blind,
randomized, parallel, two-arm, placebocontrolled
study evaluating urinary albumin
to creatinine ratio (UACR) of 600mg
CTP-499 twice daily for 24 weeks (151 of
182 patients enrolled completed part 1);
an optional blinded extension study in
which all patients who completed part 1
were eligible to continue receiving 600mg
of CTP-499 or placebo twice daily for an
additional 24 weeks (123 of 143 patients
enrolled completed part 2); up to 48
weeks of open-label treatment and receive
600mg of CTP-499 twice daily, currently
ongoing. The mean serum creatinine
level in the 65 patients receiving CTP-499
increased by 0.13mg/dL compared to an
increase of 0.21mg/dL in the 58 patients
receiving placebo through the 48 weeks
of treatment (p = 0.057), reflecting a 38%
improvement. At 48 weeks, UACR in patients
receiving CTP-499 increased 24mg/g from
baseline compared to 223mg/g increase
in patients receiving placebo (p = 0.097).
Treatment with CTP-499 resulted in 52%
less urinary fibronectin (p = 0.0081) and
18% less plasma collagen IV (p = 0.022)
after 48 weeks compared to placebo. An
end-of-phase II meeting request has been
submitted to the FDA, and the company
intends to discuss a possible phase III.
November 21, 2005
Speedel reported positive results of a phase IIb trial of SPP301 for the treatment of diabetic nephropathy. Study data indicated that the drug significantly reduced urinary albumin excretion rate at all trial doses compared to placebo (p<0.001), with the greatest reductions noted in the two highest trial doses. Total cholesterol scores were also significantly reduced at all doses (p<0.001). Rates of proteinuria were reduced by 30% on top of standard therapy. This randomized, placebo- controlled, double-blind, parallel design study enrolled 286 patients, who received one of 4 doses of SPP301 (5 mg, 10 mg, 25 mg or 50 mg) or placebo once daily for 12 weeks, in addition to standard therapy.
March 7, 2005
Speedel Pharma has reported results of both a phase IIa and phase IIb trial of their investigational endothelin A receptor antagonist SPP301, for the treatment of diabetic nephropathy. Results from the exploratory phase IIa trial yielded evidence of efficacy after 4 weeks of treatment, with clinically relevant 24 hour decreases in proteinuria. Results from the phase IIb trial met their primary endpoint, with the drug producing a statistically significant decrease in albumin excretion rate at 12 weeks, vs. placebo (p<0.05). Proteinuria was also reduced by 30% on top of standard treatment for 55% of patients. This double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial enrolled 286 with diabetic nephropathy, who received one of 4 doses of SPP301 (5 mg, 10 mg, 25 mg or 50mg) or placebo once daily in addition to standard treatment. Based on these results, the company announced plans to initiate a phase III trial of the drug in the second half of 2005.