Fulcrum Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: FALC) recently published its findings on its latest study in phase 2. The company’s findings highlight that an effective workplace is crucial for estimating the assessment rate for various illnesses, including Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD). The results obtained from the second stage of the study revealed that the losmapimod compound improved certain operations in those with the disease.
The company is yet to present its results and will do so at the Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinical and Scientific Conference. During the announcement, Judith Dunn, Fulcrum’s President, stated that the disorder travels from the upper part of the body.
The company uses reachable workspace to evaluate arm and shoulder performance
Dunn further stated that a Reachable Workplace is a form of measurement that operates by reviewing the movement of the shoulders and arms. These measurements provided clinical studies with satisfactory results to gather information about specific illnesses. The crucial evidence supports the development of the compound in certain illnesses, thus creating a sufficient endpoint that identifies how individuals operate.
The measurement mechanism calculates the operation of motion in the upper part of the body. RWS critically investigates the sum of the shoulder and proximal arm motions using a 3D motion sensor device. Some of the measurement’s functions are crucial in sustaining certain body activities that promote self-care.
Other functions of the RWS assist in promoting an individual’s quality of life, whether directly or indirectly. The company published its findings, thus indicating that a reachable workspace is a crucial tool to the body.
The company develops therapies for genetic illnesses with no cure
The company is among the leading companies in the biopharmaceutical industry that focuses on developing therapies to improve the lives of patients globally with diseases that have an unmet need. Most of Fulcrum’s consumers are affected by various genetically-related illnesses that do not have cures.
Fulcrum developed two unique programs that add to the company’s desire and expansion to share views on genetically modified illnesses. The developments include Losmapimod, responsible for treating specific muscular dystrophy, and FTX-6058, to treat sickle anemia and other illnesses that affect the Hemoglobin.