Butterfly Skin Therapy Pipeline Primed For Transformation
As Amryt's Oleogel-S10 Gets Priority Review
No drugs are approved for epidermolysis bullosa and children with so-called butterfly skin are currently treated by cleaning open wounds and bandaging them. This could soon change.
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