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Retrophin's Focus Shifts After Phase III PKAN Drug's Failure

Executive Summary

Fosmetpantotenate missed all endpoints in a Phase III trial, so Retrophin will shelve the candidate for the rare disease PKAN. Now, the biotech turns focus to Phase III sparsentan in a pair of indications.

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