Broad Enough? Sponsors Pleased With Narrower Praluent Label
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Indication for cholesterol-lowering drug is narrower than Sanofi and Regeneron originally sought, but firms still see it as broad. Target patient population is estimated at 8-10 million patients, but sponsors are quick to say the number of actual users will be funneled down.
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