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Palisade Bio Announces First Patient Enrolled and Dosed in Pivotal Phase 3 Study Evaluating LB1148 for Postoperative Return of Bowel Function

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CARLSBAD, Calif., Aug. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Palisade Bio, Inc. (Nasdaq: PALI), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company advancing therapies for acute and chronic gastrointestinal (GI) complications, today announced the first patient has been dosed in its Phase 3 study evaluating LB1148 to accelerate the return of bowel function in adult patients undergoing gastrointestinal surgery.

Tom Hallam, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer of Palisade Bio, commented, “The dosing of our first patient in the LB1148 Phase 3 marks a noteworthy milestone for the company and another important step forward in the execution of our strategy. With what we believe to be a pivotal Phase 3 study now fully underway, we are focused on building momentum and completing enrollment as quickly and efficiently as possible. The design of this Phase 3 study mirrors that of our positive Phase 2 study where LB1148 demonstrated a statistically significant improvement in the time of return of bowel function.”

LB1148, the company’s lead asset in development, is a novel oral liquid formulation of the well-characterized digestive enzyme inhibitor tranexamic acid, with the potential to both reduce abdominal adhesions and help restore bowel function following surgery. LB1148 is currently being developed for administration prior to surgeries that are at risk of disrupting the intestinal epithelial barrier.

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