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Amylyx Drug Slows ALS Progression, Filings Imminent

Small Private Firm Plans To Commercialize On Its Own

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Amylyx has raised just $75m to date, but that was enough to develop AMX0035 through a Phase II/III trial in which the drug slowed the progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis versus placebo.

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