Leading the Small Molecule Fight against RSV

Driving small molecule antiviral development for RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) infection

RSV: Serious Unmet Medical Need
  • RSV is a common and serious cause of respiratory infection in children, the immune-compromised and the elderly
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that RSV causes 64 million infections and 160,000 infant deaths each year
  • It is the most important respiratory virus, responsible for one-fifth of all lower respiratory tract infections worldwide
  • RSV infection is responsible for more infant hospitalisations than other viral infections such as influenza
  • There are no effective treatments or vaccines available against RSV
  • It represents a significant unmet medical need

Leading the Way: RV521

  • An RSV fusion (F) protein inhibitor
  • Best-in-class drug to treat RSV infections
  • Completed Phase 1 studies with antiviral exposures achieved
  • Completed RSV challenge model with high potency against both viral load and symptoms
  • Excellent safety profile
  • Entering an international multicentre Phase 2 paediatric trial

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