CSL Seeks Disruption Of HAE Space With Monthly Prevention Product
Based on top-line Phase III data for garadacimab, CSL is preparing to submit the Factor XIIa inhibitor for US FDA approval for monthly prophylaxis of hereditary angioedema and expand the firm’s HAE franchise.
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