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MRI scans showed decreases in tumor size in most of the 13 patients who had reached the 16-week point.
One patient reached an unconfirmed partial response at week 16.
AL102 was well tolerated at all dose levels with no dose-limiting toxicities, and no Grade 4/5 adverse events were observed.
The most common treatment-related adverse events were Grade 1-2, including diarrhea, fatigue, skin rash, and nausea.
"We are also encouraged with the safety data showing that AL102 appears well tolerated. We look forward to presenting a more advanced and comprehensive data set at a medical meeting later in the year," said Roni Mamluk, CEO of Ayala.
"The results from Part A will be used to determine the dose of AL102 to be evaluated in Part B of RINGSIDE, which Ayala is on track to initiate in Q3 of 2022," the CEO added.
Price Action: AYLA shares are down 2.05% at $1.09 during the market session on the last check Tuesday.
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