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Sound Pharmaceuticals (SPI) has filed an investigative new drug (IND) application with the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for their investigative oral agent SPI-3005 (ebselen). The IND is for use of SPI-3005 for the prevention of hearing loss (ototoxicity) induced by chemotherapy.

SPI-3005 has been designed to attenuate platinum or taxane-based chemotherapy ototoxicity without interfering with their effectiveness.

SPI-3005 will be tested in clinical trials including patients with advanced lung and head and neck cancer patients being treated with platinum-based chemotherapy.

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