Lyra Therapeutics Presents Positive Data from LANTERN Phase 2 Study of LYR-210 for Treatment of Chronic Rhinosinusitis at COSM 2022
LYR-210 provided up to 24 weeks of clinically meaningful global symptom improvement in CRS patients
LYR-210 achieved significant improvement in each CRS symptom subdomain of the SNOT-22 compared to control
LYR-210 may improve mental and physical health and quality of life of CRS patients
"These positive data build on the LANTERN Phase 2 results supporting our belief in LYR-210's meaningful improvement of patients' CRS symptoms and quality of life," said
"These encouraging LANTERN data demonstrate the potential of LYR-210 to transform the treatment paradigm for CRS patients who still experience debilitating symptoms with current treatment approaches," said
Summary of Data Presented
Impact of long-acting implantable corticosteroid matrices on SNOT-22 subdomains in CRS patients: selected as COSM 2022 top-rated clinical abstract by the
The 22-item sino-nasal outcome test (SNOT-22) is a validated and routinely used CRS-specific quality of life questionnaire consisting of five subdomains: rhinologic, extra-nasal rhinologic, ear/facial, psychological dysfunction, and sleep dysfunction. Higher scores indicate higher severity of symptoms and/or social and emotional consequences.
Key results include:
- LYR-210 (7500μg)-treated subjects reported dose-dependent global symptom improvement, achieving statistical significance (p<0.05) in each SNOT-22 subdomain compared to control at week 24.
- LYR-210 (7500μg)-treated subjects reported decreased rhinologic, ear/facial, extra-nasal rhinologic, psychological dysfunction, and sleep dysfunction domain scores by an average of 10.0, 8.0, 5.2, 15.2, and 10.3 points from baseline, respectively.
- LYR-210 (7500µg)-treated subjects reported more than twice the minimal clinically important difference in each SNOT-22 subdomain at week 24.
These results are supportive of the previously reported, statistically significant 19-point improvement for LYR-210 (7500µg) over control in SNOT-22 total score at week 24.
Quality of life in CRS patients treated with long-acting implantable corticosteroid matrices
The 36-item short-form health survey, version 2 (SF-36v2) is a validated, non-disease specific, and frequently used patient-reported outcome instrument to measure physical and mental health in clinical trials.
Key results include:
- LYR-210 (7500μg)-treated subjects reported a statistically significant improvement at week 24 in the Mental Component Summary, vitality, social functioning, role-emotional, and mental health scores compared to control.
- LYR-210 (7500μg)-treated subjects reported statistically significant improvement at week 24 in the physical functioning, role-physical, and bodily pain scores, compared to control.
- At week 24, the mean change from baseline for LYR-210 (7500ug)-treated subjects met the threshold for clinical meaningfulness compared to control in the Mental Component Summary and all individual scales except general health.
These data suggest that LYR-210 (7500μg) may improve the mental and physical health and quality of life of CRS patients.
About LANTERN Phase 2 Study
Surgically naïve adults with moderate-to-severe CRS who failed previous medical management enrolled in a multicenter, randomized (1:1:1), controlled LANTERN study. Patients received either bilateral administration of LYR-210 (2500µg) (n=23) or LYR-210 (7500µg) (n=21), or sham-procedure control (n=23). Both LYR-210 doses were safe and well-tolerated over the 24-week treatment period. LYR-210 (7500µg)-treated subjects demonstrated rapid, durable, dose-dependent, global symptom improvement, over 6 months from a single administration.
LYR-210 is an investigational product candidate that utilizes Lyra's proprietary XTreoTM platform to enable six months of local, intra-nasal, anti-inflammatory therapy from a single treatment for chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS). LYR-210 is designed as a non-invasive alternative to sinus surgery for the millions of CRS patients who have failed medical management. LYR-210 is a bioresorbable polymeric matrix designed to be administered in a brief in-office procedure and is intended to deliver up to six months of continuous mometasone furoate (MF) drug therapy to the sinonasal passages. In the LANTERN Phase 2 study, LYR-210 (7500 µg) demonstrated rapid, clinically meaningful and durable symptom improvement in a composite score of CRS cardinal symptoms over six months. These results were supported in the Phase 2 LANTERN 6-month post treatment evaluation which showed a durable response in about 50% of treated CRS patients six months post LYR-210 removal. A pharmacokinetic (PK) study showed that MF blood levels were constant over the 56-day treatment period, confirming that LYR-210 delivers a steady daily dose of MF with accompanying rapid symptom relief during this time period. There are approximately 14 million patients with CRS in the US, approximately four million of whom fail current standard of care medical management.
About Lyra Therapeutics
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements contained in this press release that do not relate to matters of historical fact should be considered forward-looking statements, including statements regarding the presentation at COSM, LYR-210 and the potential for it to transform the treatment paradigm for CRS patients and meaningful improve the mental and physical health and quality of life of CRS patients, the advancement of LYR-210 through the clinic in the ENLIGHTEN Phase 3 Program, our pipeline of product candidates
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