|The OP-01 Development Program Goals:||The OP-02 Development Program Goals:|
|Develop a best-in-class treatment for AOE.||Develop a first-in-class treatment for OM that prevents progression to recurrent or chronic OM.|
|Develop a safe, well-tolerated and clinically differentiated product for AOE that is easy to administer, addresses both ear pain and infection, and disrupts the market by delivering a full course of therapy with a limited number of doses.||Provide a safe, well-tolerated and effective therapy that improves health outcome and quality of life by restoring ear health, reducing the overuse and misuse of antibiotics, and reducing or preventing invasive surgical treatments such as insertion of tympanostomy tubes in children.|
|Explore additional uses of the foam platform to meet unmet clinical needs for treatment of nasal and sinus conditions using the same or other active ingredients.||Explore additional uses of the surfactant technology to meet unmet clinical needs for other OM and ETD disorders in both children and adults.|
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