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Flexion Therapeutics Names Frederick Driscoll Chief Financial Officer
Date:5/20/2013

we are merging novel pharmacology with local, sustained delivery of drug to the site of disease – an approach that aims to ensure lasting therapeutic effect and systemic safety. We are currently advancing a portfolio of best-in-class drug candidates that have the potential to treat mild, moderate and severe forms of osteoarthritis. Top-line data for FX005, an intra-articular sustained release p38 MAP kinase inhibitor and our lead compound, showed prolonged improvement in joint pain and function throughout the 12-week duration of the Phase 2 study. FX006, an intra-articular sustained release steroid, is currently being evaluated in a Phase 2b dose-ranging study with data expected in the middle of 2013. FX007, an intra-articular sustained release TrkA inhibitor, is being developed to safely address the intractable pain associated with end-stage osteoarthritis.

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Editor's Note: Photograph of Frederick Driscoll available on requestMedia ContactsCorporate ContactTony Russo, Ph.D.Lisa Davidson, MBAMatt Middleman, M.D.Vice President, Finance and AdministrationRusso PartnersT: 781-897-9965T: 212-845-425ldavidson@flexiontherapeutics.comT: 212-845-4272 tony.russo@russopartnersllc.com matt.middleman@russopartnersllc.com 
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