Confident Catabasis Takes Positives From Failed Duchenne Trial Into Phase III
The US biotech has presented positive data from a mid-stage trial of edasalonexent that had previously missed its primary endpoint and hopes the goals it has set for Phase III will be enough to satisfy regulators.
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