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Acorda Drops Epilepsy Candidate Once Central To Its Revenue Forecasts

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Plumiaz, a nasal spray formulation of diazepam, is discontinued after it fails one of three Phase III trials undertaken to comply with 2014 FDA complete response letter.

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