Sarepta CEO Vows To Get Exondys 51 Into EU Despite CHMP Negative Trend Vote
CEO Doug Ingram aims to change EMA panel's view with a re-review, but concedes that EU arrival of the controversial DMD drug will now take longer than first thought.
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