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  1. Risdiplam’s FIREFISH meets primary endpoint in trial in infants with type 1 SMA

    Risdiplam's FIREFISH meets primary endpoint in trial in infants with type 1 SMA
    Roche announced positive topline results from the pivotal Part 2 of the FIREFISH study, evaluating risdiplam in infants aged 1-7 months with Type 1 SMA.

    The primary outcome measure of the study was the proportion of infants sitting without support for at least five seconds at 12-months of treatment, assessed by the Gross Motor Scale of the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development Third Edition (BSID-III). Safety for risdiplam in the FIREFISH study was consistent with its known safety profile and no new safety signals were identified. To date, more than 400 patients have been treated with risdiplam across all studies, with no treatment related safety findings leading to study withdrawal in any risdiplam trial.

    Risdiplam is being studied in a broad clinical trial programme in SMA, with patients ranging from birth to 60 years old and includes patients previously treated with SMA-targeting therapies. The clinical trial population represents the broad real-world spectrum of people living with this disease with the aim of ensuring access for all appropriate patients.

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