Travere’s Filspari US Approval Marks First For IgAN
Launch Due End Of The Month
Travere Therapeutics is aiming to provide a new foundational therapy for IgAN patients with its novel non-immunosuppressive agent, Filspari, as it prices it at a discount to Calliditas’s rival Tarpeyo, ahead of looming further competition.
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