CNS Therapies Contribute Rising Share Of Breakthrough Designations
Breakthrough program could speed first treatments for tardive dyskinesia, primary progressive multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson's psychosis to market, along with new fast-acting approaches to treatment-resistant depression.
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