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Intra-Cellular Surges On First Phase III Schizophrenia Data

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Intra-Cellular Therapies saw its share price climb 86.9% to close at a new peak of $48.79 on Sept. 16 after the company reported that ITI-007 showed a potentially differentiated safety profile relative to approved antipsychotic drugs in the first of two Phase III schizophrenia clinical trials.

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