Patient recruitment is now underway for the GUARD clinical trial of our new oral investigational drug ABP-671, a urate lowering agent being developed as a monotherapy for hyperuricemia in gout patients.  The Phase 2b/3 study is taking place at 36 sites in the US as well as additional international sites.  To be eligible for the study participants must be 19 through 75 years of age and have been diagnosed with gout.  Participants will be in the study for approximately 7 months.

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Learn the impact gout may have on millions of lives.

Atom Bioscience (Jiangsu Atom Bioscience and Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.) is a clinical stage biotechnology company founded in 2012. Atom is developing best-in-class orally delivered small molecule drugs for treatment of inflammatory and metabolic diseases, such as chronic gout, acute gout and others for which there are no effective treatments.

Atom’s lead product, ABP-671, is in multicenter Phase 2b/3 clinical trials worldwide, including the US, for treatment of chronic gout. ABP-671 has shown good efficacy, safety and tolerability in completed clinical trials. It is more potent and significantly less toxic than existing drugs.

Another small molecule, ABP-745, has shown significant efficacy and good safety in animal models of anti-inflammation. ABP-745 has also demonstrated safety and efficacy in pre-clinical trials for acute gout and other anti-inflammation diseases and is in Phase 1 clinical trials.

Learn how and why Atom Bioscience is developing new treatments for gout — and the impact it may have on millions of lives.

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