ETX is happy to answer questions about our drug programs at any time:


What is Diabetic Gastroparesis?

Many diabetics have nerve damage resulting in problems such as blindness, pain and numbness of extremities. Gastroparesis is the result of nerve damage to stomach and intestinal nerves slowing or stopping the normal movement of food. That condition leads to poor nutrition and over a 5 -fold increase in life threatening problems over diabetics without gastroparesis.


How do ETX Pharma drugs help treat Diabetic Gastroparesis?

The nerve damage in diabetic gastroparesis is mostly to the nitric oxide producing nerves. Our drugs treat the nitric oxide nerve damage directly restoring function and providing a long term and safe therapy.


What is Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis?

The development of IBD Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis is thought to be the result of an unbalanced inflammatory response to infection by bacteria and viruses. The resulting out-of-control inflammation damages the intestinal wall and can become serious and life threatening  over time.


How do ETX Pharma drugs help treat IBD - Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis?

IBD Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis are currently treated with intravenous drugs that shut down the out of control inflammation found in these diseases. But, these drugs also shut down beneficial inflammatory responses to cancerous cells and infection by bacteria and viruses. Therefore these drugs all carry back box warnings for increased risk of dangerous infections and can increase the risk of cancers!! ETX drugs are oral and only inhibit inflammation locally in the intestines so beneficial inflammatory processes are not completely shut down allowing the body to respond to infection and cancer cells in a more normal fashion.


I have more questions who do I call?

Of course! ETX is happy to answer all your questions. Please call us at 1 240 442 2761 during regular business hours. (Monday to Friday from 8a to 5p, except Federal Holidays)