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Agios’ Mitapivat Shows Improvement In Regularly Transfused PKD Patients

Results Follow ACTIVATE Study Data In December

Executive Summary

While representing a smaller population, the ACTIVATE-T trial targeted patients seen as having greater unmet need.

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