AstraZeneca/Ionis’s Eplontersen Shows Competitive Efficacy In ATTR Polyneuropathy At 66 Weeks
US FDA Approval Pending With Decision Due In December
Patients continued to improve across all three Phase III NEURO-TTRansform co-primary endpoints with 29 more weeks of treatment, setting up eplontersen to challenge Alnylam’s Amvuttra.
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