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Spark's Gene Therapy Luxturna Sails Through US FDA Panel

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Improvements seen in multi-luminance mobility testing in the voretigene Phase III trial were clinically meaningful, panelists said, endorsing the novel endpoint for the vision loss treatment. They also were persuaded by first-hand accounts from patients.

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