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Insmed 'hopeful' over inhaled amikacin but share price continues nose dive

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Insmed said it is hopeful that it can resume the Phase III trial of its lead candidate Arikace (liposomal amikacin for inhalation) during the fourth quarter of the year, following a US FDA decision to place a clinical hold on the programme at the start of August. The agency based its decision on an initial review of the interim results of a long-term rat inhalation carcinogenicity study with Arikace, recently reported to the agency by Insmed.



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