Acadia’s Daybue Gets First Approval In Rett Syndrome
Daybue is the first drug approved to treat the rare neurodevelopmental disorder Rett syndrome, despite high clinical trial incidence of diarrhea. Product labeling includes clinician guidance for the side effect.
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