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Drug-Resistant TB Trial Results Published in New England Journal of Medicine

The results of ZeNix, a Phase 3 clinical trial that took place in 11 sites across Georgia, Moldova, Russia, and South Africa, revealed that the BPaL treatment remains effective against highly drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis (TB) with reduced dosage and/or duration of the linezolid component of the regimen.1 Along with the maintenance of efficacy, there was a decrease in linezolid-associated side effects that accompanied the reduced dosage or duration of linezolid.1 The results from the trial, which was led by TB Alliance, a non-profit TB drug developer, were published today in the New England Journal of Medicine. Read more here.

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