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Teva's Huntington's Rejection May Be Neurocrine's Good Fortune

Executive Summary

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.'s bad luck in getting its experimental Huntington's disease drug deutetrabenazine (SD-809) across the FDA's finish line may be Neurocrine Bioscience's good fortune for its investigational agent valbenazine in another indication – tardive dyskinesia, a condition for which both companies are expected to file applications for their respective products in the US.


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