RXi Releases Phase I Data on Anti-Scarring Drug, Aims for Phase II This Year | GenomeWeb

RXi Pharmaceuticals this week released data from a phase I trial of its dermal anti-scarring drug RXI-109, showing that the compound was safe and well-tolerated.

The company also said that it has added additional cohorts to the study, which is expected to wrap up by year end, and broke out details from its plan to advance RXI-109 into later-stage clinical studies in the fourth quarter.

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