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Grand News Network | October 24, 2023

Longeveron Inc. Featured in Syndicated Broadcast Highlighting Top-Line Results from CLEAR MIND Phase 2a Clinical Trial of Lomecel-B™ for the Treatment of Mild Alzheimer's

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via IBN -- Longeveron Inc. (NASDAQ:LGVN), a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing regenerative medicines to address unmet medical needs for specific aging-related and life-threatening conditions, today announces that it has been featured in a broadcast via NetworkNewsAudio ("NNA"), a solution that delivers additional visibility, recognition and brand awareness in the investment community via distribution to thousands of syndication points. The audio news release covers Longeveron's recent announcement of positive top-line results from its Phase 2a trial of its investigational product Lomecel-B™ for the treatment of mild Alzheimer's disease.

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"We believe these results provide important validation of both the safety and therapeutic potential of Lomecel-B™ in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease and provide a robust foundation for additional clinical trials in this and other indications," Wa'el Hashad, CEO of Longeveron, stated in the news release. "We look forward to announcing additional biomarker data from this trial, anticipated to be later this month, which may further characterize the clinical effects of Lomecel-B™ in this study population. With our Phase 2 ELPIS II trial in HLHS moving toward anticipated completion in 2024, and our Phase 2 program in Aging-related Frailty progressing in Japan as well, we look forward to meaningful milestones in the near term and to fully realizing the therapeutic potential of Lomecel-B™."

As explained in the original announcement, the primary endpoint of safety for the trial was met based on statistical and medical assessment. There was one Serious Adverse Event (SAE) reported on each Lomecel-B™ treatment group and none on placebo. Each SAE was reviewed and assessed by the Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) with no safety issues raised. The study safety data were consistent with an established safety profile with no incidence of hypersensitivity, no cases of Alzheimer Related Imagine Abnormalities (ARIA), no clinically asymptomatic microhemorrhages as revealed by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and no notable changes in laboratory evaluations and electrocardiogram (EKG).

"These study results with Lomecel-B™ are encouraging," Dr. Jeffrey Cummings, MD, Vice Chair of Research, UNLV Department of Brain Health, added. "The study met its primary safety endpoint and is supported by lack of deterioration in cognitive or atrophy signals. ...

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