Genzyme's Gaucher disease drug hits main goals in 2 Phase III trials

02/18/2013 | Reuters · Fox Business

Eliglustat tartrate, an experimental drug from Sanofi unit Genzyme, met the primary goals of two late-stage trials involving patients with Gaucher disease. Eliglustat was associated with reductions in spleen size and matched Sanofi's Cerezyme in symptom response. The company plans to use the trials in seeking regulatory approval.

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