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Insmed's Amikacin Has US FDA Questioning Microbiological Endpoint Vs. Clinical Benefit

Executive Summary

Whether converting positive sputum culture to negative will lead to an improvement in how a person feels, functions or survives is at the heart of agency’s review of Insmed’s amikacin liposome inhalation suspension for accelerated approval in mycobacterial lung disease.

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