ALK's tablet trial in Ukraine set to continue

Despite the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the allergy firm has ongoing pediatric trials in both countries. CEO Carsten Hellmann was initially surprised that this was possible in a warzone.

On the face of it, conducting trials in Russia and Ukraine ought to be difficult right now – but somehow, ALK is managing it | Photo: SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP / AFP

ALK is currently testing its tablet against house dust mite allergies in children in a large phase III study taking place across the US and Europe. The company finished enrollment earlier this year – and among the patient population are people from Ukraine and Russia.

In connection with ALK’s recently publicized financial report, it was stated that the number of people who had had to leave the trial due to the ongoing war in Ukraine was minimal.

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