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Sanofi’s Sutimlimab Shows Promise In Rare Blood Disorder

First-In-Class Complement Pathway Inhibitor Impresses In Cold Agglutinin Disease

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A Phase III rare-disease hit for Sanofi marks the first of a number of orphan drug read-outs expected in the coming year.

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