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NeuroSense Joins EverythingALS Open Innovation Consortium; Set to Enroll US and EU Patients in Phase IIb Study USA – English – USA – English – PR Newswire


NeuroSense is currently enrolling patients in PARADIGM, a Phase IIb double blind, placebo controlled, multicenter clinical trial to evaluate its lead drug candidate for ALS, PrimeC, in Israel and expects to begin patient enrollment in the US and EU this quarter. Top-line results are expected in Q2 2023. PrimeC was tested in a Phase IIa clinical study which successfully met its safety and efficacy endpoints including reducing functional and respiratory deterioration and demonstrated statistically significant changes in ALS-related biological markers.

In addition to providing financial support for ongoing research projects, NeuroSense’s strategic collaboration with EverythingALS will provide insight into patients’ needs and allow the company to better serve the ALS community.

We are excited to be working with NeuroSense Therapeutics,” said Indu Navar, Founder of the Peter Cohen Foundation, functioning as EverythingALS. “EverythingALS and NeuroSense are taking similar actions in the fight against neurological diseases, including conducting extensive biomarker research. NeuroSense’s innovative therapeutic approach tackles this complex disease from multiple angles. Collaboration is key to making giant strides toward the digital biomarkers to be used in clinical trials of ALS, and to ultimately work toward the discovery of a potential cure.”

“At NeuroSense, our daily motivation stems from patients and their loved ones, resulting in a patient-centric approach to drug development,” stated Nedira Salzman-Frenkel, VP of Business Development at NeuroSense. “An alliance with EverythingALS, an organization with shared values, supports our mission to develop a disease-modifying therapy. Together, we aim to advance research on biological markers of the disease and deepen the scientific community’s knowledge of the underlying causes.”

Alon Ben Noon, NeuroSense’s CEO will present at EverythingALS’s ALS Expert Series on August 3, 2022 at 4pm PT/7pm ET. In his presentation titled, “NeuroSense Therapeutics Reports Positive Results from Stage III ALS Biomarker Study” Mr. Ben Noon will review the latest clinical and biomarker data on PrimeC’s efficacy in ALS. “As we prepare to enroll patients in the US and EU for our PARADIGM Phase IIb study, we are increasing our engagement with the international ALS community,” added Mr. Ben Noon.

To listen to Mr. Ben-Noon’s presentation register here: LINK

About ALS

According to John Hopkins Medicine, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) affects as many as 30,000 people in the United States, with 5,000 new cases diagnosed each year. ALS is a difficult disease to diagnose as there is not one test or procedure to ultimately establish the diagnosis of the disease and it can take 12-18 months to diagnose by method of elimination. There is also no known cure for ALS and many clinical trials to find treatments are currently in motion.

About EverythingALS

EverythingALS is a patient-focused non-profit, part of Peter Cohen Foundation, a 501(3)c organization, bringing technological innovations and data science to support efforts — from care to cure — for people with ALS, by offering an open-data platform for direct engagement with patients, caregivers, researchers, and drug companies. For more information, please visit www.EverythingALS.org.

About NeuroSense

NeuroSense Therapeutics, Ltd. is a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on discovering and developing treatments for patients suffering from debilitating neurodegenerative diseases. NeuroSense believes that these diseases, which include amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, among others, represent one of the most significant unmet medical needs of our time, with limited effective therapeutic options available for patients to date. Due to the complexity of neurodegenerative diseases and based on strong scientific research on a large panel of related biomarkers, NeuroSense’s strategy is to develop combined therapies targeting multiple pathways associated with these diseases.

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Forward-Looking Statements

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