Auris Initiates Second Phase III For Pipeline-Leading Hearing Loss Drug
Auris Medical Holding AG has moved its hearing loss therapeutic, AM-111, into a second Phase III study, making it the most advanced drug in the pipeline for the treatment of sudden deafness, according to Biomedtracker.
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