= Fully recruited
= Not yet recruiting
= Enrolling by invitation
This study is an open label extension, looking at the long-term safety and tolerability of GIVINOSTAT in patients who have already taken part in and completed any of the previous studies.
GIVINOSTAT is a drug that may help to promote muscle regeneration and reduce inflammation and fibrosis in DMD patients.
This extension is expected to last until the drug receives the necessary approvals and is available on the market or the study needs to be stopped due to safety and/or efficacy reasons.
This is an open label, long-term safety, tolerability, and efficacy study of GIVINOSTAT in all DMD (Duchenne's muscular dystrophy) patients who have been previously treated in one of the GIVINOSTAT studies.
GIVINOSTAT oral suspension (10 mg/mL) has to be administered orally as 2 oral doses daily while the subject is in a fed state. The starting dose of GIVINOSTAT in the present long term study will be the same that the subject was receiving at the end of the previous DMD GIVINOSTAT study.
As weight affects GIVINOSTAT exposures, the dosage will be modified based on subject weight according the rules detailed in the study protocol section 220.127.116.11.
In addition, in case a subject will have a consistent (e.g., at least 2 consecutive evaluations) platelets count ≤150 x 10^9/L and not meet the stopping criteria for platelets, the Investigator will have to reduce the dose of 1/3 or 20% less of the current dose as described in the study protocol section 10.5.1.3. During the first month of treatment, platelets count assessment will be performed weekly, while during the second month it will be performed every 2 weeks, in order to strictly monitor this parameter for safety reasons, with the exclusion of subjects coming from study DSC/11/2357/43 for which the first visit will be 4 months after the Visit 1/baseline visit.
Study drug should be permanently interrupted if any of the following occurs:
The Investigator will follow up the patient until resolution or acceptable stabilization of the event occurs and document all the relevant information, as applicable. After the resolution/stabilization of the event, the subject will be withdrawn from the study and the EOS Visit (see Section 12.1.10) will be performed.
Any decision relevant to the dose adjustment and/or modification of schedule of assessments can be discussed with the Medical Monitor, but the final decision remains with the Investigator only or its authorized designee.
Have a sorbitol intolerance or sorbitol malabsorption or have the hereditary form of fructose intolerance.