Mixed Data Cloud Future Of Sunovion's ADHD Drug
Sunovion's ADHD drug, dasotraline, has missed its primary endpoint in a Phase III study in adult patients but has reported mixed results in children, prompting the company to continue pursuing its 2017 plans for an FDA filing in both age groups. But data for the non-stimulant ADHD therapy suggest it will be tricky to overthrow market stalwarts.
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