What's next for Sarepta? A third DMD approval, analysts predict
What Sarepta wants, Sarepta usually gets.
In dramatic fashion on Thursday, the approval of Vyondys 53 — to treat a subset of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) patients — was unveiled, four months after the FDA’s initial rejection. With two drugs now approved on the basis of ~1% expression of dystrophin — the missing protein that causes DMD — Sarepta is in a prime position to take its third DMD drug to the regulator, analysts said, predicting healthier odds of success.
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