Marinus, With Ztalmy Approval, Takes First Step Into Seizure Disorder Market
The company will launch Ztalmy for an ultra-rare pediatric seizure disorder but hopes to expand to larger indications in the future. CEO Scott Braunstein talks to Scrip about the launch.
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