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Acorda Positions Ampyra For Large Market Of Post-Stroke Deficits

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Executive Summary

Acorda plans to move Ampyra to Phase III for treating post-stroke deficits, after reporting positive Phase II results. The company also reported a signal from a small proof-of-concept study in cerebral palsy, but next steps are unclear in that indication.

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