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Not The End For Exondys In EU, Says Sarepta

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Sarepta Therapeutics’ hopes of marketing its controversial Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug in the EU have again been dashed, but the company says it hopes to learn from EU regulators next year what it can do to get the drug to patients in Europe. Meanwhile, sales of the product are going well in the US.

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