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A 2nd View: Examining the market potential of DBV's Viaskin Patch and Aimmune’s AR-101 with an allergist at an academic institutionTicker(s): AIMT, DBVT
Name: Dr Robert Wood - MD
Institution: Johns Hopkins University
- Professor of Pediatrics and Chief of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Director of the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Clinical Research Unit, and Professor of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
- Currently treats over 1,000 patients with peanut allergy.
- Research focuses on novel treatment approaches for both food allergy and asthma, for which he is currently principal investigator for over 20 ongoing studies.
What % of your patients would you anticipate wanting to use AR101 if approved?Added By: c_admin
Can you give us your opinion as to how the safety vs benefit balance between the two drugs?
Is there still a need for a different treatment option or do these two potential entries to market cover most all patient cases you see?Added By: c_admin
How does the route of administration factor into treatment decision making? more specifically, for the pediatric audience?Added By: c_admin
Please describe your clinical background and how you currently manage your peanut allergy patients.Added By: c_admin
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