J&J's Spravato pulls a PhIII win against Seroquel XR in treatment-resistant depression
A day before Thanksgiving, J&J’s Janssen has a new cut of Phase III Spravato data to be grateful for.
The pharma giant announced on Wednesday that its nasal spray, also known as esketamine, beat extended-release quetiapine, previously sold by AstraZeneca as Seroquel XR, in treatment-resistant depression (TRD). Of 676 adults, a significantly higher number of patients on Spravato were able to achieve remission and avoid relapse after 32 weeks, according to J&J.
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