Shire To Launch Potential Dry Eye Blockbuster After FDA Backs Xiidra
Securing FDA approval for its novel dry eye treatment Xiidra (lifitegrast) gives Shire PLC a potential blockbuster and key future growth driver whose indication and label are more comprehensive than that of its closest approved rival.
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