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Teva Stumbles, Actelion Rises In MS: Clinical Protocols Lost And Gained

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FDA casts a vote of confidence in Actelion's Phase III trial design for its oral multiple sclerosis candidate ponesimod, while Teva loses its special protocol assessment for laquinimod after dosing changes. Plus more regulatory clinical trial news in brief.

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