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'Surrogate Of A Surrogate' Not Good Enough For Raxone Accelerated Approval

Executive Summary

FDA’s decision to require second pre-approval trial for Santhera’s DMD candidate is just latest example of the inability of rare disease treatments with surrogate endpoints to qualify for pathway.

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