Supernus Adds To CNS Portfolio, Especially In Parkinson’s, With Adamas Buyout
Building upon the May 2020 acquisition of US WorldMeds, Supernus is diversifying beyond Trokendi for epilepsy and will be able to rely on its existing commercial force for CNS products.
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The US FDA approved the extended-release amantadine for levodopa-induced dyskinesia in Parkinson's disease. Adamas will finalize its pricing and begin selling the product later this year.
Investors rallied around shares of Supernus Pharmaceuticals in a big way on 19 August, with the company's stock soaring as high as 26.5% after the US FDA granted its approval for the Rockville, Maryland specialty pharma to market its once-daily extended release formulation of topiramate under the brand-name Trokendi XR as a treatment for patients with epilepsy.