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Neurocrine Gets First Drug For Tardive Dyskinesia To FDA

Executive Summary

Neurocrine submits NDA for its VMAT inhibitor valbenazine for tardive dyskinesia, getting to FDA ahead of Teva, which is developing a similar product, deutetrabenazine, for the same indication.


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