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InVivo Therapeutics Announces Publication of 12- and 24-month Data for INSPIRE 1.0 Study in Peer-Reviewed Neurosurgery
Manuscript details patient outcomes through 24-month follow up visit
InVivo has officially closed the INSPIRE 1.0 study and recently completed enrollment into a second pivotal clinical study of the investigational Neuro-Spinal Scaffold™ in patients with acute SCI (INSPIRE 2.0). InVivo anticipates presenting topline data from the INSPIRE 2.0 Study in first quarter of 2023. The INSPIRE 2.0 study is a 20-patient (10 subjects in each study arm), randomized, controlled trial that is designed to enhance the existing clinical evidence for the Neuro-Spinal Scaffold™ from the INSPIRE 1.0 study. For more information about the INSPIRE 2.0 clinical trial, please visit ClinicalTrials.gov.
The publication is now available electronically at this link.
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