MyoKardia, a San Francisco based bio-phamaceutical company developing drugs specifically for HCM and other genetic cardiomyopathies, announced data from their Stage 1 trials showing that the drug, MYK-461, benefits patients with HCM.
Specifically they found that the drug reduced ejection fractions and left ventricular outflow tract gradients in certain of the 101 individuals who participated in their Phase 1 trials.
The next step for the drug is to try to duplicate these findings in Phase 2 trials which will commence later this year.
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