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UniQure Hemophilia B Gene Therapy Changes Ignite A Race To Market

Executive Summary

UniQure is switching the gene therapy it plans to move into a pivotal trial in hemophilia B patients because the new version could have clinical benefits. Regulatory agencies in the US and Europe have given the change a green light, and uniQure plans to begin a pivotal trial in 2018.

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