Resverlogix announces key changes to Phase 2 ASSURE trial

Increased number of patients and the focus is on patients with greatest medical need

Resverlogix Corp. (“Resverlogix” or the “Company”) (TSX:RVX) announces that the Company’s Phase 2 clinical trial, called ASSURE (ApoA-1 Synthesis Stimulation in Acute Coronary Syndrome patients), has made important modifications to the design of the trial which have the potential to demonstrate a more powerful endpoint for the planning of future clinical trials for RVX-208.

Key changes to this clinical trial include: – Raising the number of patients to be recruited from 120 to over 230. – All patients will now undergo an intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) assessment versus the previously planned 60 patients. – Trial sites increase from 20 to approximately 45. – Clinical trials will be conducted in multiple countries to accelerate recruitment. – The study will include patients with low HDL. – Primary endpoint is now plaque regression.

Donald J. McCaffrey, President & CEO of Resverlogix noted, “The most important take away message is that by moving the end point to atherosclerosis regression this will provide a more robust proof of concept. Achieving plaque regression could potentially reduce the development time for RVX-208 by two years.”

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