Opened three clinical trials in 2018 Trials in which complement dysregulation is the primary disease driver CAPSTONE, the Phase III trial in naïve paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH), in which patient treatment has commenced Phase II U.S. trial for PNH patients resistant to treatment with Soliris where a patient is now being treated Phase II trial in atypical haemolytic syndrome (aHUS) which opened Q4 2017 Trials focused on a separate group of diseases mediated by both the complement and leukotriene pathways Phase II trial in bullous pemphigoid (BP), recently opened with data expected Q1 2019 Phase I/II trial in atopic keratoconjunctivitis (AKC) expected to commence Q3 2018, with data anticipated Q1 2019 /EIN News/ -- NEW YORK and LONDON, Aug. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Akari Therapeutics, Plc (NASDAQ:AKTX), a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative therapeutics to treat orphan autoimmune and … [Read more...] about Akari Announces First Quarter 2018 Financial Results and Update on its Growing Pipeline of Phase II and Phase III Clinical Trials
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In a stunning decision on June 27, the U.S. Supreme Court, in the case of Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, held it a violation of First Amendment free speech to legally compel public sector employees to pay fees to unions which represent them in collective bargaining and grievance proceedings. The decision has profound implications for public employees in Maine and elsewhere. Janus is expected to erode membership in, and cut revenues to, public unions. The reason is simple. Why would “free riders,” those who can enjoy without charge the improved wages, benefits, hours and working conditions that derive from collective bargaining, choose to have fees regularly deducted from their paycheck for the same services? Unless human nature radically changes in the foreseeable future, most wouldn’t. In my view, this case calls into question the central tenet of collective bargaining, namely that a union has a duty of “fair … [Read more...] about Janus decision upsets union balance
Conference Call and Live Audio Webcast with Slide Presentation Scheduled for Today at 4:30 p.m. ET Intravenous Human Abuse Potential Trial with KP415 Prodrug (KP415.A03) Clinical Findings: Following intravenous administration in recreational stimulant abusers, KP415 Prodrug demonstrated Drug Liking scores similar to placebo when administered up to the highest safe dose No statistically significant difference in mean Drug Liking Emax between KP415 Prodrug (57 points) and placebo (54 points) Statistically significant difference in mean Drug Liking Emax between KP415 Prodrug (57 points) and d-methylphenidate hydrochloride (84 points) at equimolar doses Development & Regulatory Highlights: FDA approval announced for APADAZ™ (benzhydrocodone and acetaminophen) for the short-term management of acute pain on February 23, 2018 Positive topline results from KP415 pharmacokinetic study in children and adolescents with ADHD Patents granted for KP606 and for the KP511-related … [Read more...] about KemPharm Announces Positive, Topline Results from an Intravenous Human Abuse Potential Trial with KP415 Prodrug; Reports Q1 2018 Results
0 View Comments If life after high school has taught former Fountain-Fort Carson sprinter Christian Lyon one thing, it’s how fast things can happen off the track, too. The former multi-state champion and leader of the Trojans is still adjusting to college life. Currently at Barton Community College in Kansas, the 20-year-old is trying to balance running, his studies and two jobs with being a new father. Lyon, who ran the nation’s fastest 100 in 10-seconds flat at the Texas Relays last month, is most eager to talk about his 7-month-old son Josiah these days. One in particular,September 10, the day his son entered the world. “How could something be so beautiful,” he said he thought when he first held his son -- 7 pounds and 15 ounces. Since then, fatherhood has been all parts frightening and rewarding for Lyon. From an unexpected pregnancy to the doubts of parenting, Lyon said he’s putting his faith into God and is doing his best with his … [Read more...] about Prep notebook: Former F-FC sprinter balancing fatherhood, athletics and academics in college
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