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Will Mirabegron Pass Muster In Overactive Bladder?

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Executive Summary

Astellas aims to muscle in to a growing disease space dominated by muscarinic receptor agonists with its beta-3 agonist mirabegron (YM178) – but first it must get by an FDA advisory committee review.

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