ICER Reviews Duchenne: Exondys 51 Lacks Net Health Benefit; Emflaza Fairs Better
High price tag, thin evidence of clinical efficacy for Exondys 51 result in low score from ICER, but a re-do is almost certain when confirmatory data on eteplirsen are released.
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