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Alexion Ultra-Rare Disease Candidate Makes “Breakthrough” List

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Executive Summary

Alexion’s asfotase alfa, for treatment of a life-threatening enzyme deficiency disorder, becomes the third rare disease therapy to be awarded FDA’s new breakthrough designation.

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