UniQure Has High HOPE For Hemophilia B Gene Therapy
The Dutch company's update on AMT-061 and the initiation of a pivotal trial called HOPE-B of around 50 patients could put the product in pole position to be the first gene therapy on the market for the severe orphan blood clotting disorder.
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