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Gene Therapy Situation Gets More Awkward With Another Death In Astellas XLMTM Study

Patient Received Lower Dose Of AT132 After Initial Hold Lifted

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An expert pointed out that XLMTM patients are already at high risk, but if linked to therapy toxicity, the death could doom the ASPIRO trial.

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