Chordate Medical Holding AB (publ) ("Chordate") announced today that the first patient has been included in the company's open pilot study PM009. The study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of Ozilia in the preventive treatment of patients with chronic migraine who do not respond to treatment with CGRP inhibitors and other migraine medications.
“PM009 is an important study with significant potential upside for the company. Every level of positive results from the study could represent a great opportunity for the company, as the patient group in question has very few treatment options left”, says Anders Weilandt, Chordate CEO.
PM009 is being conducted at King's College in London with three to four referring clinics and Dr. Jan Hoffmann as the responsible principal investigator. The goal is to include 25–30 patients in the study.
“PM009 is a pilot study where we can learn more about how Ozilia can help people with chronic migraine who have no other options left. The patients participating in the study have already tried at least three other preventive medications before being treated with CGRP inhibitors, and when they also do not respond to CGRP, there are not many more possibilities. Hopefully, Ozilia can have a positive effect for some of them”, says Jan Hermansson, Chordate CSO.