Enrolling a randomized.

Enrolling a randomized, double – blind, placebo-controlled Phase 3 clinical study, approximately 450 patients with PHN. Patients will be randomized into two treatment groups: 1800 mg Gabapentin GR once daily or placebo. The primary objective of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of Gabapentin GR in reducing the pain associated with PHN, measured from the baseline pain scores at the end of the ten-week stable treatment period judge the of the Likert pain scale. Secondary objectives are to assess the changes from baseline in sleep interference, and additional patient and clinician assessments of pain and quality of life. We are pleased to move forward with this Phase 3 study, post hoc funded by the interest from potential development and marketing partners for this Gabapentin GR program in neuropathic pain, said Carl A.

The company has, therefore, be concluded that once once-a-day active arm a safe and effective treatment for PHN and warrants further study.. This second study follows an already completed Phase 3 trial of gabapentin GR in PHN in 2006 and 2007 carried out and is generally with the first phase 3 clinical trial protocol with the following significant differences: twice daily twice daily active treatment arm is in the study because it the state of the the prior study, and patients in the study must be ‘stable PHN disease ‘for at least six months, rather than three after healing the shingles rash.

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