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Apellis’ Empaveli Data In Frontline PNH Incremental, But Still Helpful

Data Could Aid Uptake Despite Already Broad Label

Executive Summary

While the drug appears more efficacious than Alexion’s C5 inhibitors, those drugs could prove difficult to dethrone given how entrenched they are in PNH therapy.

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