Palatin Tech reports positive results for Phase 2B bremelanotide trial

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Palatin Technologies reported positive top-line results, including the successful achievement of statistical significance for the primary endpoint and key secondary endpoints in its Phase 2B clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of bremelanotide for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction, or FSD. The data demonstrate that women taking bremelanotide showed statistically significant increases in the number of Satisfying Sexual Events, or SSEs, and also showed statistically significant improved measures of overall sexual functioning and distress related to sexual dysfunction, compared with placebo. The primary endpoint data analysis of 327 pre-menopausal women with female sexual arousal disorder, or FSAD, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, HSDD, or a combination of both disorders, the most common types of FSD, shows a clinically meaningful and statistically significant improvement in the number of SSEs in women taking bremelanotide doses versus placebo over the study period, resulting in a 50% increase in SSEs with bremelanotide versus 12% with placebo.

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