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A Randomized, Controlled, Open Label, Two Arms, Exploratory Study to Evaluate the Effect of Everolimus on Histologically Assessed Fibrosis Progression (Ishak-Knodell) in Liver Transplant Recipients With Recurrent Hepatitis C Viral Infection as Compared to Standard Treatment.

Trial Profile

A Randomized, Controlled, Open Label, Two Arms, Exploratory Study to Evaluate the Effect of Everolimus on Histologically Assessed Fibrosis Progression (Ishak-Knodell) in Liver Transplant Recipients With Recurrent Hepatitis C Viral Infection as Compared to Standard Treatment.

Status: Discontinued
Phase of Trial: Phase II

Latest Information Update: 01 Nov 2014

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At a glance

  • Drugs Everolimus (Primary) ; Calcineurin inhibitors; Corticosteroids; Mycophenolate mofetil; Mycophenolate sodium
  • Indications Hepatitis C
  • Focus Therapeutic Use
  • Acronyms REVERT
  • Sponsors Novartis
  • Most Recent Events

    • 31 Aug 2018 Biomarkers information updated
    • 24 May 2014 New trial record
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