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Tarcocimab tedromer
Once every 2 to 6 months after 3 monthly doses

Compared to:

Once every 2 months after 5 monthly doses

About the GLEAM and GLIMMER Studies in Diabetic Macular Edema

The Phase 3 GLEAM and GLIMMER studies are global, multi-center, randomized pivotal studies designed to evaluate the durability, efficacy and safety of tarcocimab tedromer in patients with treatment-naïve diabetic macular edema. In each study, patients are randomized 1:1 to receive either tarcocimab tedromer or aflibercept. The tarcocimab tedromer arm is treated with a proactive, individualized dosing regimen of every 8-, 12-, 16-, 20- or 24 weeks (utilizing tight dynamic retreatment criteria) after three loading doses. The aflibercept arm is treated with a fixed dosing regimen of every 8-weeks after five monthly loading doses, per its label. Both studies completed enrollment of approximately 450 patients each worldwide in the first quarter of 2022. The primary endpoint for both studies is the average of weeks 60 and 64, and patients will be treated and followed for a total of two years. If successful, we expect that data from our GLEAM and GLIMMER studies will serve as the primary basis for approval of tarcocimab tedromer in our anticipated BLA submission.  Additional information about the GLEAM study (also called Study KS301P104) and the GLIMMER study (also called Study KS301P105) can be found on under Trial Identifiers NCT04611152 and NCT04603937, respectively ( and /NCT04603937)