Teva Remains Focused On Tardive Dyskinesia After Huntington’s Stumble
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
FDA's complete response letter for deutetrabenazine for treatment of chorea associated Huntington disease does not request additional clinical trials, and Teva said a filing timeline for tardive dyskinesia remains unchanged.
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