Ultragenyx Seizure Miss Is Not A Catastrophe, Claim Analysts And Management
Analysts claim Ultragenyx's Phase II failure of triheptanoin for seizures in patients with the rare GLUT1-deficiency syndrome (GLUT1-DS) doesn't mean the end of the road for the product, and still see plenty of potential commercial success down the road for the company. However, the company's share price slipped up to 15% on the news.
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