Clinical Trial

Clinical trials are crucial to learning.  These trials are required for FDA licensing of therapeutic drugs. Field trials that are required by FDA to license treatments are called effectiveness studies.

Any medication provided in a Clinical Trial  will have package labeling or package insert labeling  that includes contact information to report the response to treatment including side effects.  Adverse events or drug related side effects should be brought to the attention of your veterinarian.  You may report adverse events directly to Pathogenes by phone or email,  Please email supporting information such as examinations by veterinarians, blood analysis, or any treatments that were administered for the abnormal signs.

NeuroQuel Study 219-3.7.1
for the control of clinical signs of polyneuritis equi
There are no licensed treatments for polyneuritis equi (PNE). We are testing NeuroQuel in a 14-day FDA field effectiveness study that is intended to show the study medication can alleviate signs of PNE.

PNE is a rare disease.  Without your support to license this treatment there will continue to be no treatments available.  If you have a horse that can meet the inclusion criteria, please help us with our work.