Our work in women’s health is putting a spotlight on vaginal yeast infections, which the scientific research community has all but ignored.
When it comes to infectious diseases, the area of women’s health is under-appreciated and very much under served. There is considerable misunderstanding or lack of awareness of how vaginal yeast infections can significantly affect women’s well-being, potentially resulting in fewer drug development companies focusing on this area. There is a clear underestimation of the unmet need, including patients that do not respond well to azole medications.
At SCYNEXIS, we are on a mission to address this unmet need and empower women with options to eliminate these insidious infections.
VVC, commonly known as a vaginal yeast infection is the second most common vaginal infection affecting women of reproductive age in the United States.Learn More
RVVC infection, defined as three or more episodes of vulvovaginal candidiasis infection in one year, affects 5–8% of women during their childbearing years – millions of women worldwide.Learn More
SCYNEXIS regularly presents key infectious disease study data at top medical meetings.Learn More
SCYNEXIS has ongoing research in community infections.Learn More