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Biogen’s Spinraza Needs Long-Term Confirmatory Data, Says EMA

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The EMA may have quickly assessed the US biotech’s antisense spinal muscular atrophy therapy for Europe, but the product’s rapid clinical development means long-term data, and data on its effects in milder disease, or even cures, still need to be collected.

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