Myopharm is developing a novel mechanism of action, combination drug candidate to address the large unmet need in type two diabetes treatment failures and to address progressive beta-cell loss through reducing proinflammatory mediators within the PGE2 signaling pathway.

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Myopharm is an IND stage biotechnology company focused on developing first in class, novel therapeutics for the treatment and prevention of Type 2 diabetes. Myopharm is currently developing a number of diabetes therapeutics including a beta-cell-centric dual combination drug, to address the 50% antidiabetic treatment failures occurring in Type 2 diabetics.

In addition to this, Myopharm has a rapidly growing portfolio of clinically validated medical foods indicated in the Type 2 diabetes, Insulin Resistance and Prediabetes space and an Australian Food Standards compliant VLED weight loss food product.

We were incredibly honoured that the American Diabetes Association(ADA) featured Myopharm Limited in the Thought Leadership Film Series, a part of ADA's 84th Scientific Sessions program in June 2024, starting today.

In the invitation letter, it was written: We are interested in profiling Myopharm's pioneering work to revolutionize the treatment landscape for Type 2 diabetes, including your work on TriGlytza™. Despite the extensive array of treatments currently available, none specifically address the root cause of the disease with a focus on preserving and enhancing the function of pancreatic beta cells, a critical unmet need in the diabetic community. Given that your work introduces a novel 'Beta-cell centric' therapeutic strategy, aiming to maintain or restore beta-cell function while mitigating insulin resistance, we believe your work has the potential to make an incredibly valuable addition.

Watch the video in English here

TriGlytza™ is a beta-cell centric dual combination drug that proposes to mitigate progressive beta-cell deterioration by reducing levels of pro-inflammatory mediators.


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