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FDA Backs Novartis MS Pill Mayzent With Broad Label

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Mayzent is the first oral therapy proven to delay progression in patients with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis and Novartis pharma chief Paul Hudson tells Scrip its $88,500 list price will not affect access.

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