Priority Review Sets Up Sanofi’s ‘Best In Disease’ Hemophilia Drug For 2023 Launch
Will Beat Gene Therapy To US Market
Sanofi can now expect an FDA decision in early 2023 on efanesoctocog, setting it up for a battle with Roche’s Hemlibra and BioMarin’s gene therapy Roctavian, which was just approved in the EU.
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