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This KOL Insight briefing focuses on KOLs views of Histologic Healing in Crohn's disease.
Use of histological assessment in clinical trials and practice in Crohn's disease
Extrapolation of UC histology to UC
Barriers to adoption of histology assessment in Crohn's disease
Impact of histological data in therapy choice in Crohn's diseaseViews on use of Geboes as an endpoint in Crohn's disease
Views on Phase II subanalysis data for filgotinib
Majority of KOLs state that histologic healing is not used to assess Crohn's disease patients in clinical practice
Main barriers to adoption of histologic healing identified by KOLs include difficulty in accessing meaningful biopsy locations, as well as lack of data surrounding histology as a treatment goal
Data showing moderate correlation between endoscopy and histology in Phase II does not impact on views of filgotinib efficacy.
The insight briefing is based on Sociable Pharma's analysis of primary research with our IBD key opinion leaders KOLs.
In total, we conducted interviews with 10 KOLs
5 Europebased 5 N. Americabased
Interviews performed during Q2 2018
KOL data is analyzed to produce
Charts summarizing KOL opinions
Chart callouts of key information details
Summary of KOL reporting trends
Insight from Sociable Pharma's analysts
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