FDA Approves Clinical Trial for Ampion Biologic

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The FDA approved the start of a clinical trial for Ampio Pharmaceuticals' biologic Ampion to treat knee osteoarthritis, according to Pharma Biz.

Fifteen patients are currently being tested, and the first run-in portion of the trail will evaluate two doses of Ampion in 320 adults with moderate to severe osteoarthritis of the knee.

Once the trial concludes, Ampio will be able to apply for a biologic license application.

Ampion is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory biologic with many orthopedic applications, according to the release.

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