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Duchenne Group's Presentation Is Milestone For Patient Involvement

Executive Summary

Advocacy group gets portion of Sarepta's formal presentation period to present eteplirsen patient experience data, believed to be a first for an advisory committee meeting. Will it become commonplace?


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