Civitas considers options as inhaled levodopa curtails dyskinesia
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Civitas Therapeutics is mulling its Phase III clinical trial design and financing options based on the success of a Phase IIb trial that showed the company's inhaled levodopa, CVT-301, provided rapid onset and relief from dyskinesia in patients with Parkinson's disease.
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