Richmond Pharmacology supports ReViral with the development of Sisunatovir

Posted:
9
September 2020

ReViral has confirmed the FDA has granted Fast Track designation to Sisunatovir.

ReViral, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering and developing antiviral therapeutics that target (RSV) respiratory syncytial virus has confirmed the FDA has granted Fast Track designation to Sisunatovir.

Sisunatovir is orally administered and is for the treatment of patients with serious RSV infection. Richmond Pharmacology is proud to have supported the development by conducting the First in Human Study earlier in the drug development.

RSV affects approximately 64 million people and causes approximately 160,000 deaths each year. Fast Track is a process intended to facilitate the development and expediate the review of drug candidates that treat serious conditions and fill an unmet medical need.

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