The purpose of this note is to provide an update on the status of the RADIANCE Clinical Program, including RADIANCE-HTN SOLO, RADIANCE-HTN TRIO and RADIANCE-II.
At the point of enrollment suspension, we had randomized 95 patients in our RADIANCE-II pivotal trial. We are excited that many of our centers are now taking the first steps to resume clinical trial activity, and we are working with each individual site to begin enrollment in a responsible and efficient manner. We anticipate that RADIANCE-II will restart in Q3, with a goal to complete enrollment within 2021.
We are also excited to announce that thanks to your persistence and continued support, enrollment is now complete in the TRIO cohort of RADIANCE-HTN. This study has been evaluating patients with treatment resistant hypertension – a population that we strongly believe needs alternatives to medication therapy. The conclusion of enrollment means that we are now one step closer to understanding the impact of ultrasound-based renal denervation in this important population. Many of you have been on this journey with us since 2016, so thank you for your partnership throughout this time.
Finally, we wanted to highlight ReCor’s presence at this year’s PCR e-course. First, Dr. Ajay Kirtane will present results from the RADIANCE-HTN SOLO cohort crossover patient population during a Late-Breaker Clinical Trial session on Friday, June 26th at 14:00 CEST/ 8:00 EDT. Second, Dr. Kirtane and Profs. Azizi and Mahfoud will lead an online symposium that will further review the crossover data, as well as how it adds to the growing body of evidence supporting renal denervation. Third, Dr. Philipp Lurz will discuss his experience with the various renal denervation therapies and what he considers to be the benefits of an ultrasound-based approach.
We are excited with all the progress that has been made in this field, none of which would have been possible without your help. We remain committed to high quality product development efforts and rigorous clinical studies in order to create a strong foundation for future clinical adoption.