It’s hard to believe it, but the CoA-Z clinical trial started way back in December 2019 when we had no idea how much all our lives were about to be upended by a global pandemic. Many of you have reached out since then to ask for updates and to find out when results will be released. As we approach the two year anniversary, we thought this would be a good opportunity to update the community on how things have been going.
You may recall that the trial was originally planned to be two years in duration for each participant. Since the double-blind phase is now completed and many participants are approaching their key two year study visit, our team has started making plans for data analysis. We know you are all anxious to see the results, but we want to prepare you that this process will take some time. The blood biomarker analysis is one of the most important parts of the study and we have hundreds of samples that must first be processed with great care and consistency.
Overall our team is pleased with how the trial has run for the past two years. We are very grateful for everyone’s commitment to get their study visits done despite their busy lives, unexpected weather events, and even a pandemic. We will share more updates as soon as we can!