Allergan scores an FDA OK for a new drug targeting night-time urination
Allergan has scored a new drug approval. But don’t feel bad if you missed the news late last week. This has been a low-profile development effort with a long stretch in late-stage development.
Allergan signed a commercialization deal with Serenity Pharmaceuticals back in 2010 for SER-120, a nasal spray therapy developed to treat a condition known as nocturnal polyuria, the overproduction of urine at night which can interrupt sleep with too many trips to the toilet. The FDA signed off on the approval on Friday, setting up a launch for this drug as Noctiva.
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