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Redhill's latest press release clearly shows their RHB104 phase 3 results.

For such a difficult to treat condition and with patients already on various drugs, these are decent results. I think biologics like Remicade and Humira would show similar results if you tested them like this, but this may work better in some subset of patients.
 
For such a difficult to treat condition and with patients already on various drugs, these are decent results. I think biologics like Remicade and Humira would show similar results if you tested them like this, but this may work better in some subset of patients.
Did you see the last couple of graphs? They compare AMAT (essentially RHB104) to Remicade and Humira. Borody will initially use Humira and then start the antibiotics. He’s had good results doing it that way.
 
Right that's interesting. The most impressive results to me are the calprotectin results compared to placebo. Very clear effect there and nothing funny going on with the placebo group. (And note that the placebo group here is also receiving other medications like anti-TNFs, etc)
 
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