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Compliance, Burn Problems Solved?

Dry-Eye Phase III Trial Enrolled, OphthaliX 'Wets' Oral Appetite

By Randy Osborne
Staff Writer

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Dry-eye syndrome (DES) was not the first indication that OphthaliX Inc. planned to tackle with its first-in-class A3 adenosine receptor agonist CF101, though a 24-week, 236-patient, placebo-controlled Phase III trial is already enrolled, from which data are expected to spill out by the fourth quarter of this year.

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