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DOV Confident Of Bicifadine "Residual Value" For Pain After Phase III Failure

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

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DOV's analysis of a failed Phase III trial of its non-opioid analgesic bicifadine for chronic low back pain could be used to modify future and ongoing studies for the indication, according to the company

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