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Reprioritization On Cards After Sage/Biogen’s Zurzuvae Receives CRL For MDD

Despite PPD Approval

Executive Summary

The firms’ Zurzuvae has become the first oral drug to win US approval for postpartum depression but a thumbs down in the larger major depressive disorder indication has raised concerns that Biogen could pull out of the partnership as Sage turns its efforts to cutting costs.

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