Valbenazine FDA Panel Cancellation Is A Good Sign, Neurocrine Says
US agency's decision not to hold a February advisory committee review of tardive dyskinesia treatment viewed positively by Neurocrine, which emphasized quality of its communications with the review division and the drug's breakthrough therapy status.
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