Improving the Quality of Life for CRS Patients
LYR-210 Impact on Global Symptom Improvement

July 21, 2022
Zachary M. Soler, MD, MSc
Division of Rhinology and Sinus Surgery Medical University of South Carolina

As an otolaryngologist, I see the effects of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) on patients firsthand, and these go well beyond persistent nasal congestion, discharge, and facial pain and pressure. This condition affects one’s quality of life, with significant impacts on sleep, mental health, productivity at work and social and family relationships. The overall impact of CRS […]

Expanding the Options for CRS Treatment
LYR-220 in BEACON Phase 2 Study

April 27, 2022
Brent A. Senior, MD, FACS, FARS
Chief, Division of Rhinology, Allergy, and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery UNC School of Medicine and BEACON Principal Investigator

Google “chronic rhinosinusitis” and you’ll find it’s the clinical name for the condition where sinuses are swollen and inflamed for three months or longer, despite treatment. Ask someone who suffers from it, and they’ll likely tell you it’s miserable. Swollen, painful and tender eyes, nose, and forehead. Congestion. Nasal discharge. Difficulty breathing and sleeping. The […]

Charting a New Course for CRS Treatment
LYR-210 in ENLIGHTEN I Phase 3 Study

April 22, 2022
Randall A. Ow, MD, FACS, FAAOA
Physician Sacramento Ear, Nose & Throat

Millions of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) reach a crossroads. They haven’t had success with available medical treatment options and are now faced with a decision of whether to try endoscopic sinus surgery to help alleviate symptoms. While surgery can help some patients, it’s not an ideal solution for everyone. Of the four million patients […]

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