12-week interim results of BEHOLD, a proof-of-concept Phase 2a study investigating the candidate UBX1325, provides a positive outlook for a novel senolytic approach for previously-treated patients with diabetic macular oedema.
Eyecare specialists benefit from being able to monitor their patients long term for optimised and personalised treatment regimens, as well as having access to a more efficient workflow and one which enables them to see more patients.
According to Dr Gregor S. Reiter, the results from the multicentre Phase 3 clinical trial demonstrated that fluid volumes in patients with nAMD can be precisely identified, localised and measured in real-time using artificial intelligence.
At the 1-month evaluation, the full-field stimulus threshold had median decrease of -33.2 decibels (dB) (-33.7; -19.8) dB, which remained stable until the last assessment. Visual fields and visual acuity did not change significantly.