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TB Alliance Drug,TBA-354, enters Phase I Clinical Trials

TB Alliance announced that its compound TBA-354 has started Phase I clinical trials. This announcement is particularly exciting given that TBA-354 is the first TB drug to enter Phase I trials since 2009. TBA-354 is a next generation compound in the nitroimidazole class, which also includes pretomanid (PA-824). This class of drugs is known to be effective against drug-sensitive and drug-resistant tuberculosis and currently pretomanid is being tested in several clinical trials.

To read the official press release from TB Alliance, click here.

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