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JPM 2022 Day 4: Lexicon and Esperion; Imcyse Reports Positive Data from Interim Analysis of Ph2 IMPACT Trial; vTv Therapeutics Provides Update on TTP399 Development; Nemaura Launches Miboko to Employers and Insurers

Here is a brief preview of this blast: On the final day of JPM 2022, FENIX has provided coverage of presentations by major CVRM companies including Lexicon and Esperion. Additionally, three separate cardiometabolic-related news items have been observed: Imcyse reported positive biomarker data from an interim analysis of the Ph2 IMPACT trial (view press release); vTv Therapeutics has published a new corporate presentation in which the company disclosed plans to initiate the TTP399 Ph3 program in 2022 (view press release); and Nemaura has launched its Miboko wellness program for employer and payer reimbursement (view press release). Below, FENIX provides a topline summary of key takeaways followed by more in-depth coverage.

About The Author

Matthew Maryniak

President of Fenix Group International
Matthew has been a thought leader in the high-growth therapeutic areas of diabetes and cardiovascular medicine since 2006, making regular attendance at large and small CV/met scientific meetings and an architect of novel methods for assessing market opportunities. He has over a decade of experience in leading CV/met consulting engagements, is a published author in PM360 and Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, and has been quoted in The Pink Sheet on anti-thrombotics.