New Japanese Data Bode Well For Shionogi’s OIC Drug
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Shionogi has released the first late-stage clinical results from patients in Japan for its novel opioid-induced constipation drug, the positive data setting the stage for a planned approval filing in this market before the end of the fiscal year.
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