FDA Pharmaceutical Approval: Glassia
Kamada Ltd. (KMDA.TA) received FDA Approval for AATD Drug Glassia.
According to the Alpha-1 Association, Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1) is a condition that is passed on from parents to their children through genes. This condition may result in serious lung and/or liver disease at various ages in life.
Alpha-1 antitrypsin is a protein that is produced mostly in the liver. Its primary function is to protect the lungs from neutrophil elastase. Neutrophil elastase is an enzyme that normally serves a useful purpose in lung tissue-it digests damaged or aging cells and bacteria to promote healing. However, if left unchecked, it will also attack healthy lung tissue. Alpha-1 antitrypsin, in sufficient amounts, will trap and destroy neutrophil elastase before it has a chance to begin damaging the delicate lung tissue. Consequently, if an individual doesn’t have enough alpha-1 antitrypsin, the enzyme goes unchecked and attacks the lung.
According to MarketWatch, David Tsur, Chief Executive Officer of Kamada said, “We are very proud with this achievement. This success belongs to each one of the company’s employees. With this unique product, Kamada is able to offer the US Alpha-1 patients a new liquid, ready- to- use drug that may ease their therapy routine and provide an additional high quality product in the US market for the benefit of this community.
We are committed to the Alpha-1 patient community and take great pride in further developments of our second generation product, an inhaled Alpha- 1-Proteinase Inhibitor currently in stage 2-3 clinical development.”
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