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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Drug Development Efforts Get A Boost From FDA

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Agency is undertaking a series of activities with patients, advocacy groups and other stakeholders aimed at spurring development of new treatments. Hemispherx is hoping its investigational drug Ampligen, currently under FDA review, will become an early beneficiary of new statutory provisions on expedited approval.

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