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Vimizim Panel’s Desire For Quality-Of-Life Data Runs Into Regulatory Reality

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FDA advisory committee overwhelmingly endorses BioMarin’s elosulfase alfa for Morquio A syndrome based on a walking endpoint but says future studies in the rare disease should include QoL assessments, prompting an agency rep to caution that such instruments need to be fully validated for regulatory purposes.

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