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NICE Says Initial No To Epidyolex In England, But GW Pharma Remains Upbeat

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Draft guidance from NICE has recommended against the use of GW Pharmaceuticals’ Epidyolex for refractory epilepsy, but the company believes it has the data needed to ensure a positive outcome to the appraisal.

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