Dyne Therapeutics is focused on advancing innovative, potentially life-transforming therapeutics for people living with genetically driven muscle diseases.
Before bringing new medicines to patients, clinical trials, a type of research that studies the safety and efficacy of potential therapeutics in people, must be conducted. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other global healthcare regulatory agencies review data on investigational medicines before the clinical trial can start. Clinical trials would not be possible without the collaboration of the people living with the diseases we aim to treat, healthcare professionals and advocacy groups.
If you or someone you know is interested in participating in one of our clinical trials, please see our active studies below:
The DELIVER trial is a Phase 1/2 global clinical trial evaluating DYNE-251, consisting of a 24-week multiple ascending dose randomized placebo-controlled period, a 24-week open-label extension and a 96-week long-term extension. The trial, which is designed to be registrational, is expected to enroll approximately 46 ambulant and non-ambulant males with DMD who are ages 4 to 16 and have mutations amenable to exon 51 skipping therapy. The primary endpoints are to evaluate safety, tolerability and change from baseline in dystrophin levels as measured by Western blot. Secondary endpoints include measures of muscle function, exon skipping, and pharmacokinetics.
Visit www.clinicaltrials.gov (NCT05524883) to learn more about the DELIVER trial.
The ACHIEVE trial is a Phase 1/2 global clinical trial evaluating DYNE-101, consisting of a 24-week multiple ascending dose randomized placebo-controlled period, a 24-week open-label extension and a 96-week long-term extension. The trial, which is designed to be registrational, is expected to enroll approximately 64 adult patients with DM1 who are 18 to 49 years of age. The primary endpoints are safety and tolerability; secondary endpoints include pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics including change from baseline in splicing, as well as measures of muscle strength and function.
Visit www.clinicaltrials.gov (NCT05481879) to learn more about the ACHIEVE trial.
If you have questions about Dyne Therapeutics’ clinical trials, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expanded access (sometimes referred to as “managed access” or “early access”) programs (EAP) refer to the use of an investigational medicine when the primary purpose is to diagnose, monitor, or treat a patient’s disease rather than to obtain the kind of information about the drug that is generally derived from clinical trials.
Currently, Dyne does not have investigational medicines available through an expanded access program. We will continue to assess this as our clinical programs progress.
Dyne believes that participating in clinical trials is the best way for patients to access investigational medicines. These carefully controlled, rigorous scientific studies are needed to obtain regulatory approval, which will be critical for enabling the broadest access to treatment for a specific condition.
Dyne conducts regular review of its policies to ensure conformity with applicable laws and regulations, and we reserve the right to revise this policy at any time.