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    New ocular allergy drug’s MOA targets inflammation


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    To view video of how NS2 works, click here. (Video courtesy of Aldeyra Therapeutics)Topical ocular NS2 also is being evaluated for efficacy in patients with acute flares of noninfectious anterior uveitis in an ongoing phase II study. That data is expected for release in the second quarter of 2016.

    Topical dermatologic NS2 is also being tested in a phase II clinical trial in patients with Sjögren-Larsson Syndrome (SLS), an inborn error of aldehyde metabolism with severe skin and neurological complications. Some SLS patients also suffer from retinal disease.

    More: Visit the Ocular Allergy Resource Center


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