Factor VIIa marzeptacog alfa (activated) – Phase 3 ready

MarzAA

Our most advanced product candidate is MarzAA, a next-generation SQ FVIIa that is entering a registrational Phase 3 trial (MAA-304) in patients with Hemophilia A or B with inhibitors. We also plan to initiate a Phase 1/2 trial of MarzAA in Factor VII Deficiency, Glanzmann Thrombasthenia, and Hemophilia A with inhibitor patients on prophylaxis Hemlibra for treatment of episodic bleeding (MAA-202).

The Phase 3 registration trial (MAA-304) is an open-label, global, multi-center, randomized, cross-over study, designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of MarzAA for on-demand treatment of spontaneous or traumatic bleeding episodes, in adolescents and adults with congenital Hemophilia A or B with inhibitors, compared with Standard of Care, either IV rFVIIa or IV FEIBA. The study will enroll approximately 60 subjects to treat 244 eligible bleeding episodes with each treatment. The primary endpoint is hemostatic efficacy using a standard 4-point assessment scale at the 24-hour timepoint. The study will assess the effectiveness of SQ MarzAA, using up to three doses to treat a bleeding episode, compared with the Standard of Care. We plan to submit our first report to the Data and Safety Monitoring Board (“DSMB”) in 2021 and our final DSMB report in the middle of 2022.

In December 2020, we announced that the FDA had granted Fast Track designation for MarzAA. The Fast Track program is designed to facilitate and expedite the development and review of drug candidates that have demonstrated the potential to address an unmet medical need in treating serious diseases or conditions. A drug candidate with Fast Track designation is eligible for greater access to the FDA as well as a priority review and rolling review of the marketing application. We believe the FDA Fast Track designation validates MarzAA’s potential to improve patient care. As the only SQ delivered therapy in development for on-demand treatment of bleeding events, MarzAA is uniquely positioned to become an important addition to the treatment landscape.