FDA approves first gene therapy for Duchenne

It has been a busy time in the Duchenne arena. In the US, the FDA has granted accelerated approval for the gene therapy treatment SRP-9001. This is the first time a gene therapy for Duchenne has been approved anywhere in the world, and represents a very exciting step...

Solid data shows improved motor and lung function

We are pleased to share Solid Biosciences’ latest update on the IGNITE DMD gene therapy clinical trial. Data after two years suggests that patients’ motor function and lung function are improved compared to the declines that would be expected without...

ReveraGen receives $3.3m NIH grant for Vamorolone

ReveraGen BioPharma has received a $3.3 million grant from the NIH – the US National Institutes of Health – for their ongoing work on the steroid alternative treatment Vamorolone for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The NIH Commercialization Readiness Pilot...

Solid announces collaboration with Ultragenyx

Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical and Solid Biosciences have announced a strategic collaboration and license agreement to focus on the development and commercialisation of new gene therapies for Duchenne. The collaboration brings together Solid’s expertise in muscle biology...

Update on Ignite DMD from Solid Biosciences

Solid Biosciences has issued an update on IGNITE DMD, the Phase I/II clinical study with its microdystrophin gene therapy, SGT-001. The most recent child dosed in the study has experienced a serious adverse event (SAE), and thankfully, he is now improving. He is being...

Gene therapy for Duchenne: latest news

Five years ago we identified gene therapy as a viable treatment for Duchenne. Today we are reflecting on the exciting and inspiring events of the past week in the gene therapy arena which are now bringing hope and cautious optimism to the Duchenne community. We have...

Solid Biosciences clear to resume IGNITE DMD

Message from Solid Biosciences: “We’re pleased to share with you that the FDA has lifted the clinical hold on IGNITE DMD, our clinical trial investigating SGT-001 as a potential treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). SGT-001 is a microdystrophin gene...