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Aclaris' Eskata wins FDA approval to treat non-cancerous skin growths

Aclaris Therapeutics Inc. said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved topical solution Eskata to treat non-cancerous skin growths.

Eskata is the first and only U.S. FDA approved topical, non-invasive treatment for the growths called raised seborrheic keratoses.

The company said the approval was based on two phase 3 trials that showed the safety and efficacy of Eskata. Patients treated with the medicine were more likely to have all four skin growths completely cleared after two treatments than patients who received placebo.

Eskata will be offered to patients as a self-pay aesthetic treatment and is expected to be commercially available in the spring of 2018.

Aclaris said it submitted a marketing authorization application for Eskata for treating seborrheic keratoses in select countries in the EU.