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FDA grants surprise OK to Sarepta’s DMD therapy after earlier rejection

FDA grants surprise OK to Sarepta’s DMD therapy after earlier rejection

Initially had concerns about infection risks and kidney toxicity. Four months after rejecting Sarepta’s Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug Vyondys 53, the FDA has turned on a dime and granted it ... The decision comes out of the blue, given that the US

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