More PhIII Success For Acacia's Dopamine Antagonist In PONV
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Acacia Pharma's goal of returning dopamine antagonists to the arsenal of treatments available for post-operative nausea and vomiting (PONV) has experienced another boost following positive results from a second Phase III study, this time evaluating the use of lead product Baremsis as a prophylaxis in combination with standard antiemetics for the prevention of PONV in high-risk patients.
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