Eddingpharm plans to begin Phase 1 study for BRINAVESS in China

Cardiome Pharma Corp. (NASDAQ: CRME / TSX: COM) today announced that its Chinese development and commercialization partner, Eddingpharm, plans to initiate a Phase 1 study for BRINAVESSTM to support regulatory approval in China. The study will be conducted in healthy volunteers. Other details of the study were not disclosed. If BRINAVESS successfully completes Phase 1, Eddingpharm anticipates initiating a pivotal Phase 3 study by year end.

"We are pleased that Eddingpharm is taking the first steps necessary to gain approval of BRINAVESS in China", said William Hunter, M.D., CEO and Director of Cardiome. "The Chinese market is an important growth driver for BRINAVESS given the region's size and demand for innovative medicines, and Eddingpharm is the perfect partner for Cardiome. Cardiome remains committed to have BRINAVESS available for all patients suffering from atrial fibrillation worldwide."

Cardiome and Eddingpharm entered into a BRINAVESS development and commercialzation agreement in China, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong on December 19, 2014. Under the terms of the agreement, Eddingpharm made an upfront payment of US $1.0M to Cardiome and agreed to specific annual commercial goals for BRINAVESS. Cardiome is also eligible to receive regulatory milestone payments of up to US $3.0M. Other financial details have not been disclosed.

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