FDA request delays Sarepta's Duchenne drug

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FDA has asked Sarepta Therapeutics for more data on its Duchenne muscular dystrophydrug, eteplirsen, according to CNBC. The regulator's request could push the drug's filing to mid-2015, rather than its originally planned date of the end of this year. FDA has requested results of up to 168 weeks from a mid-stage trial. The company reported data from up to 144 weeks in July.

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