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IncellDx’s Chronic COVID Treatment Center Partners with ARISE MD Integrative Medicine & Surgery to Evaluate Novel Therapeutic Approach to Chronic COVID

Adam Miller, MD, to Serve as Lead Investigator for the First Randomized, Placebo Controlled Trial of CCR5 Antagonists and Statins for Chronic COVID

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SAN CARLOS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IncellDx’s Chronic COVID Treatment Center (CCTC) (www.covidlonghaulers.com) and ARISE™ MD Integrative Medicine & Surgery announced today a new partnership to evaluate CCR5 antagonists and statins as a potential therapeutic treatment approach for chronic COVID, also known as long COVID or post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC).

In a randomized, placebo controlled trial led by co-Investigator Adam Miller, MD, CEO, Medical Director, ARISE, a combination of maraviroc, a CCR5 antagonist, and a commonly administered statin, atorvastatin, will be evaluated for its efficacy in alleviating PASC symptoms.

In the trial, under an Enriched Enrollment Randomized Withdrawal (EERW) design, patients who experience symptomatic improvement with maraviroc and atorvastatin in an open label phase will enter a second phase and be randomized to continue active treatment or placebo.

The study aims to support clinical approaches developed by IncellDx’s Chronic COVID Treatment Center, which has enrolled more than 12,000 patients and published multiple articles on the application of precision medicine and biomarkers to determine the underlying pathways involved in PASC.

At CCTC, we provide consultation to physicians across the country who are treating patients with chronic COVID,” said internist and physician Eric Osgood MD, physician, CCTC. “We are excited to partner with Dr. Miller to further evaluate the clinical observation that a biomarker-driven, precision medicine approach can result in improvement of long COVID symptoms as well as resolution of abnormal cytokine profiles that may be the underlying cause of this condition. In continuing to advance new research into diagnostic criteria and clinical approaches to treatment, we aim to provide lasting symptom alleviation in patients with PASC.”

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