Alnylam RSV Drug Fails in Phase IIb; Company to Weigh Options with Regulators | GenomeWeb

In another setback to its respiratory syncytial virus program, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals announced this week that its RSV therapeutic candidate ALN-RSV01 failed to meet the primary endpoint in a phase IIb trial.

Company officials said during a conference call that no decision on the fate of the drug will be made until they meet with US and European regulators later this year. However, Alnylam CEO John Maraganore indicated that the termination of the program altogether is a possibility.

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