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Albireo Sets Sights On Rare Disease Model

First Indication Under Review, With Plans For Two More

Executive Summary

Anticipating approval this summer of the first drug for PFIC, Albireo hopes to add Alagille syndrome and biliary atresia to odevixibat labeling. Firm has modeled its commercial plans on the success of other rare disease firms.

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