Advancements from Atumelnant (CRN04894) and Paltusotine Development Programs to Be Presented at ENDO 2024

Five abstracts from Crinetics Pharmaceuticals’s clinical development programs, including four late-breaking abstracts, will be presented at the Endocrine Society’s annual meeting, ENDO 2024, taking place June 1-4, 2024 in Boston – including initial data from a Phase 2 Trial of atumelnant in congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). “This year’s Endocrine Society meeting represents a major milestone for...

Baseline Data from the CAHtalyst™ Program in CAH and Study Data for Modified-Release Hydrocortisone in Primary Adrenal Insufficiency and CAH Presented at ECE 2024

Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc. and Diurnal Ltd., a Neurocrine Biosciences company, in May presented baseline data from the CAHtalyst™ Phase 3 studies of crinecerfont in adult and pediatric patients with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH), and modified-release hydrocortisone (Chronocort®) data for a Phase 2 clinical study (CHAMPAIN) in participants with primary adrenal insufficiency and in a Phase 3 extension study in...

First Clinical Trial of Vosoritide for Children with Hypochondroplasia Shows Increased Growth

The first global phase 2 study of vosoritide showed an average increased growth rate of 1.8 cm per year in children with hypochondroplasia, a genetic cause of short stature in children, according to a paper recently published in eClinicalMedicine. The clinical trial is funded by BioMarin. Researchers led by Andrew Dauber, MD, chief of Endocrinology at Children’s...

Teprotumumab Improves Proptosis in Thyroid Eye Disease

Teprotumumab significantly improved proptosis versus placebo in longstanding/low inflammation thyroid eye disease (TED) according to data from the first placebo-controlled trial of the drug that was recently published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. (Horizon Therapeutics funded the trial and is marketing the drug as TEPEZZA.) Researchers led by Raymond S. Douglas, MD,...

Pharm Fresh: What Pharmacological Solutions Could Play a Role in Preventing Diabetes?

EN_11_2023_COVER (002) For decades, physicians have maintained that type 2 diabetes could be delayed or even prevented altogether simply by modifying certain behaviors. Priyanka Majety, MD, talks to Endocrine News about pharmacological options that could help these patients, but lifestyle modifications are still crucial. As we enter National Diabetes Month and head toward World Diabetes Day on...

Special Treatment: Highlighting Cutting-Edge Diabetes Tech

Cutting-edge advancements in endocrinology continue to move diabetes treatment in the right direction faster than ever before. The treatment of diabetes is continually evolving. More than a century ago, a diabetes diagnosis was a death sentence, and although there is not yet a cure, endless updates in diabetes care help ease the burden of both...

The endocrine system is a miracle of evolution — a highly complex machine that carries out multiple functions within the body with precision and efficiency. It’s no wonder that as our understanding of the endocrine system advances, the technology we use to study and care for it also becomes more advanced as it approaches the endocrine system in terms of sophistication. Whether that endocrinology technology takes the form of new, advanced medicines, sophisticated imaging and diagnostic technology, or innovative therapies that make life easier for patients, endocrine science continues to push the boundaries and enter new territory. For endocrinologists, staying informed about all of the latest advances in technology and effective treatment options mean better overall care for their patients.

This section compiles the latest news regarding technological advances in endocrinology, featuring articles written for and by the leading voices in endocrine science today. Here, you’ll find articles relating to all the most recent happenings in technology, techniques and general information of interest to endocrinologists. Keeping up with the latest advancements in the field will help you know where medicine has been, where it will advance next, and how it will look in the future. Endocrine News brings you everything you need to know about the future of endocrinology so you’ll know exactly when science catches up to your patients’ needs. The field of endocrinology continues to advance, and Endocrine News is your source for advancing your own knowledge of everything that’s going on for today and tomorrow.