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Freeline Hemophilia B Gene Therapy May Have Advantage Over Competitors

Almost No Patients Required Post-Treatment Factor Replacement Therapy

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UniQure has a potential first-mover advantage, but Freeline study's investigator compares FLT180a to later model smartphones with bugs fixed.

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