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ABOUT ESPERO (Espero BioPharma)

We named our company Espero because it means hope. And that’s what we seek to provide everyone who takes our innovative cardiovascular medicines. Hope for improved health and hope for a better tomorrow.

Espero BioPharma is a pharmaceutical company focused on the development of drugs for unmet needs in thrombosis and cardiac rhythm control. The Company is developing tecarfarin for patients requiring chronic anticoagulation and an anti-arrhythmic drug (AAD) program to treat atrial fibrillation (AFib). Tecarfarin and our AAD compounds were designed so that metabolic clearance is not hindered by the body, creating the potential for increased efficacy with a superior safety profile.



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Espero Biopharma’s late-clinical stage oral anticoagulant candidate – Tecarfarin – addresses a major unmet need – a medication with potentially fewer adverse and fatal drug reactions and expected compatibility with treatment plans for patients with prosthetic heart valves.



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Budiodarone is a clinical-stage oral drug candidate that is being investigated for its potential to suppress life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias and device firing in patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs). Budiodarone reduced AF burden in a dose-dependent fashion with up to 75% reduction in the highest dose group in a Phase 2 study with 72 patients with atrial fibrillation.

Educating the Community

As we advance the clinical stages of testing for tecarfarin and budiodarone, we are sharing our story with healthcare providers at appropriate peer-reviewed forums.

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As we complete the late clinical stage for Tecarfarin, we’d like to share our story with healthcare providers. Physicians and their patients could benefit from Espero Biopharma’s novel drug development approach. Please contact us for more information.

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