Idorsia's Fabry Drug Founders In Phase III
Lucerastat Fails To Reduce Neuropathic Pain
The prospects of lucerastat becoming Idorsia's second drug to be filed with regulators, after the insomnia treatment daridorexant, look slim after a Phase III fail for the Fabry disease therapy.
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