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Epilepsy NMEs: A View Of The Playing Field

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

The late-stage pipeline for novel epilepsy treatments stars a handful of specialty and foreign firms, but the early-stage lineup makes room for new firms and the products of academic research. Venture philanthropy is a big factor, but the poor funding climate for CNS firms may limit play.

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