Takeda Moves Takhzyro Toward Dominant Position In Pediatric HAE
The company announced data from the Phase III SPRING study of Takhzyro in children aged 2-11; there is no approved long-term prophylactic therapy for children under 6.
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Company believes its oral HAE prophylaxis will gradually reach the billion-dollar sales threshold, with about 80% of revenue coming from the US market.
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