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FDA Tells RegeneRx It Needs 3rd Phase III Trial On RGN-259 For Dry Eye Syndrome

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The FDA is requiring an additional RGN-259 Phase III trial to further show efficacy in both signs and symptoms of dry eye in a larger patient population.

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