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Chelsea’s Northera Clears FDA But With A Confirmatory Trial Requirement

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Northera was approved by FDA under the Subpart H accelerated approval pathway; the Indications and Usage section of the drug’s labeling notes the lack of efficacy data for treatment with the drug beyond two weeks.

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