Aegerion Juxtapid Launch Targets Population Far Broader Than FDA Projection
Aegerion says feedback from key opinion leaders and market research indicate the market for its homozygous hypercholesterolemia drug may be as many as 3,000 patients; FDA estimates put the number at 315.
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