Last updated on December 2019

A Research Study in Children Born Small and Who Stayed Small. Treatment is Somapacitan Once a Week Compared to Norditropin Once a Day


Brief description of study

The study compares 2 medicines used for the treatment of children who are born small and who stayed small: somapacitan given once a week (a new medicine) and Norditropin given once a day (the medicine doctors can already prescribe).

Participants will either get somapacitan or Norditropin - which treatment is decided by chance. Both participants and the study doctor will know which treatment the participants get. The study will last for 4 years. Participants will take either an injection once every week or once every day. Participants will have 9 clinic visits and will be in the study for 1 year. The follow-up period is at least 30 days.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03878446

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