Early Access to Pritelivir oral tablets for  immunocompromised patients with resistant HSV infections

AiCuris develops Pritelivir oral tablets for the treatment of acyclovir-resistant mucocutaneous herpes simplex virus (HSV) infections. A phase 2 trial in immunocompromised patients is ongoing in the US. AiCuris supports expanded access requests for Pritelivir oral tablets for the treatment of eligible patients and collaborates with myTomorrows to facilitate early access to Pritelivir for acyclovir-resistant mucocutaneous HSV  infections in immunocompromised patients. EAPs (also known as “Expanded Access Program” or “Named-Patient Use”) offer an ethical, compliant, and controlled way of providing treatment with a medicine currently not licensed in a patient’s country of residence. Eligible patients for an EAP are in high medical need, cannot participate in a Clinical Trial, and have exhausted all registered treatment options.

More information can be requested here.

To get access, patients need to consult with their treating physician to explore all treatment options. If the physician agrees to a treatment with Pritelivir oral tablets and to oversee the patient's treatment, the physician should  contact the myTomorrows medical team  for more information on this EAP. When providing medical information about the patient, please note that only anonymized data shall be included in any patient information. Due to EU data protection law this shall not be accompanied by personal data.