New Data Show Genentech's Subcutaneously Administered Crovalimab Achieved Disease Control and Was Well-To
The COMMODORE 2 study demonstrated that subcutaneous crovalimab every four weeks was non-inferior to intravenous eculizumab every two weeks, with comparable safety, in people new to C5 inhibitors
Monthly self-administration of subcutaneous crovalimab has the potential to address the high burden of a disease that requires lifelong treatment including in settings where access to current C5 inhibitors is limited
The COMMODORE 1 study in people switching from currently approved C5 inhibitors supported the consistent benefit-risk profile of crovalimab as seen in the COMMODORE 2 study
Genentech, a member of the Roche Group (RO ROG,RHHBY, today announced that positive results from the global Phase III COMMODORE 1 and 2 studies, evaluating the efficacy and safety of crovalimab, an investigational, novel anti-C5 recycling monoclonal antibody, compared to eculizumab, a current standard of care in paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH), were presented at the European Hematology Association (EHA) Hybrid Congress, taking place in Frankfurt, Germany on June 8-11, 2023.