July 18, 2022
Dear Rett Community,
Acadia is pleased to announce the submission of a New Drug Application (NDA) to the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for trofinetide for the treatment of Rett syndrome in adults
and pediatric patients 2 years of age and older. The full text of the Acadia press release can be
The FDA defines an NDA as, the vehicle through which drug sponsors formally propose that the
FDA approve a new pharmaceutical for sale and marketing. Its purpose is to demonstrate that a
drug is safe and effective for its intended use in the population studied.
As noted in the attached release, the NDA submission for trofinetide is supported by results from
the Phase 3 Lavender study evaluating the efficacy and safety of trofinetide in 187 girls and
young women aged 5-20 years with Rett syndrome, in which a statistically significant
improvement over placebo for both co-primary endpoints, the Rett Syndrome Behaviour
Questionnaire and the Clinical Global Impression-Improvement scores, was demonstrated.
As always, we remain grateful to the Rett community and the patients and their families who
have participated in the trofinetide clinical studies, including our pivotal Phase 3 Lavender study.
Your support has made this important milestone possible.
We look forward to working with the FDA as it evaluates the NDA and to keeping you updated on
our progress. Additional information about Rett syndrome can be found at Acadia.com/Rett. For
questions about trofinetide or clinical trials, please contact us at
All our best,
The Acadia Rett Team