Sarepta Snaps Up Gene Therapy Approaches to DMD
Sarepta may have launched its first therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy in the US, but it is facing potential competition from a plethora of late-stage DMD therapies; it is backing research that could lead to new gene therapies able to treat most affected patients, rather than a subgroup of individuals with a particular gene mutation.
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