Berinert Claims Another Part Of The HAE Orphan Market, But May Leave Room
FDA's approval of CSL Behring's Berinert for treatment of acute attacks of hereditary angioedema specifically mentions only two types of attacks. By approving the C1 esterase inhibitor with a targeted indication, the agency could be leaving open a window in the orphan exclusivity for another approval
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