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Acacia Aghast As FDA Says No To Barhemsys

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The UK company has been stunned by a complete response letter for its nausea and vomiting therapy which relates to problems at its contract manufacturer but is not linked to the data package. Despite the setback, Acacia is sticking to a first-half 2019 launch plan.

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