PaxMedica (NASDAQ: PXMD), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, announced that its groundbreaking research will be published in the “Annals of General Psychiatry,” an internationally recognized scientific psychiatry publication. The research was reported in a manuscript titled “Randomized clinical trial of low-dose suramin intravenous infusions for treatment of autism spectrum disorder,” which will be published by the psychiatry publication. Written by PaxMedica chief medical officer Dr. David Hough, MD, along with nine coauthors, the article reports on the potential of monthly suramin intravenous infusions as a safe and potentially efficacious treatment for the core symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (“ASD”). Coauthors of the article include Alice Mao, MD; Michael Aman, PhD; Reymundo Lozano, MD, MS; Constance Smith-Hicks, MD, PhD; Veronica Martinez-Cerdeno, PhD; Michael Derby; Zachary Rome; Miel Malan, MD; and Robert Findling, MD. An open access journal emphasizing a biopsychosocial approach to illness and health, the “Annals of General Psychiatry” supports the principles of evidence-based medicine, further validating the significance of this research. “The acceptance of this manuscript represents a significant milestone in PaxMedica’s continued dedication to pioneering innovative treatments for autism spectrum disorder,” said PaxMedia chief medical officer Dr. David Hough in the press release. “We are honored to contribute to the field of psychiatry with this significant research, underscoring our commitment to advancing the understanding and treatment of ASD.”
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About PaxMedica Inc.
PaxMedica is a forward-looking, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical firm specializing in cutting-edge, anti-purinergic drug therapies (“APT”) designed to address challenging neurologic disorders. Its scope encompasses a spectrum of conditions, from neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder (“ASD”) to the debilitating myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (“ME/CFS”), marked by both physical and cognitive burdens. PaxMedica prioritizes the advancement and evaluation of its flagship program, PAX-101 — an intravenous suramin formulation — primarily focused on ASD treatment, while also broadening clinical insights into its potential applications for conditions such as ME/CFS. For more information about the company, visit www.PaxMedica.com.
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