Diurnal Nears Market With Novel Adrenal Insufficiency Products
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Two potential orphan drugs developed by the UK's newly public endocrinology speciality company, Diurnal Group, are in Phase III clinical trials, and the first of these, Infacort (immediate-release hydrocortisone) for pediatric patients with insufficient levels of the chemically-related essential hormone cortisol, could be approved in its first markets within 18 months, by the end of 2017.
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