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PTC soars on CHMP nod for Translarna

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Shares in PTC Therapeutics shot up by as much as 117% to $33.18 on news that its novel treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy Translarna (ataluren) has finally received the go-ahead for approval from the EU's CHMP.

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