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Some informations about 2 trials of NEOSH101


#1

First trial :

  1. Not recruiting anymore

  2. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of three doses of topical NEOSH101 applied once-daily (qd) for 16 weeks in men with thinning hair in the top and center of the scalp (Norwood/Hamilton grades III-IV androgenetic alopecia). Four equally sized treatment groups (35 men each) will receive either NEOSH101 0.5%, NEOSH101 1.0%, NEOSH101 2.0% or placebo. A 12-week observation period will follow the treatment period.

  3. Estimated Enrollment: 140

  4. Study Start Date: May 2007

5. Estimated Primary Completion Date: February 2008 (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
6. Last Updated: January 2, 2008

Second trial :

  1. Not recruiting anymore

  2. The purpose of this study is to measure the hair growth response to topical NEOSH101 when applied twice daily to the balding scalp for 16 weeks. One hundred eighty men with Norwood/Hamilton grades III-IV with thinning in the top and center of the scalp will participate. Three equally sized treatment groups (60 men each) will receive either topical NEOSH101 2.0%, minoxidil 5%, or placebo.

  3. Estimated Enrollment: 180

  4. Study Start Date: February 2007

5. Primary Completion Date: October 2007 (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
6. Last Updated: January 2, 2008


#2

There are some info about a probably release date?


#3

Good find. They have really updated the pages.



#4

» Good find. They have really updated the pages.
»
» http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00471510?cond=Hair+Diseases&rank=6
» http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00418730?cond=Hair+Diseases&rank=5

Good, in this february they finish the trials, so keep attenction for some update!


#5


#6

They may be few months late.


#7

» They may be few months late.

why?


#8

» » They may be few months late.
»
» why?

in clinical trials things rarely go as planned.


#9

» » » They may be few months late.
» »
» » why?
»
» in clinical trials things rarely go as planned.

Why you know this? They have released some info?


#10

no they haven’t. I’m just saying that I would not be surprised at all if the results came out late june rather then now.

thinking it’s feb, the 1st, let’s google who finds it first is in my opinion little childish.


#11

It’s February 2008 and I’m BALD !!! alec


#12

Personally I expect the results will be released some time in Feb.

I think this could be an effective treatment for those with mild to medium hair loss.

Lets hope so anyway.


#13

» Personally I expect the results will be released some time in Feb.
»
» I think this could be an effective treatment for those with mild to medium
» hair loss.
»
» Lets hope so anyway.

What exactly is it? I went to their website, but there is almost no information.


#14

» What exactly is it? I went to their website, but there is almost no
» information.

imagine rogaine on steroids.


#15

That shed is going to be gigantic :slight_smile:


#16

» » What exactly is it? I went to their website, but there is almost no
» » information.
»
» imagine rogaine on steroids.

So it promotes growth? Or does it slow loss?


#17

» » » What exactly is it? I went to their website, but there is almost no
» » » information.
» »
» » imagine rogaine on steroids.
»
» So it promotes growth? Or does it slow loss?


#18

Neosh101 is currently in Phase IIb trials[1]. With this in mind, it’s reasonable to expect that as a best case, 2009 would be the first commercial release date.


#19

» Neosh101 is currently in Phase IIb trials[1]. With this in mind, it’s
» reasonable to expect that as a best case, 2009 would be the first
» commercial release date.

I see that is the same situation of the TRC, it’s in the 2b phase… so as you can see, for a commercialization, it’s not necessary a phase 3 study… there are all the reason to see a TRC in 2009… (if the phase 2 is going well, yes…)