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Isis Moves SMA Drug Forward As Market Interest For The Rare Disease Expands

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Executive Summary

Spinal muscular atrophy is a rare disease that affects a small patient population of children. Isis is ready to move its compound into mid-stage testing after positive Phase I results, but the biotech isn’t the only company exploring the field.

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