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GW Still Sees Future For Sativex In US

MS Spasticity Drug Struggling in Europe

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The UK firm is starting an additional Phase III trial of 450 patients to supplement positive data from the three European Phase III trials it has already concluded in a bid to convince the FDA of Sativex's potential.

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