FDA approves a liquid form of Kamada's AATD drug Glassia

07/5/2010 | Reuters

The FDA approved a liquid version of Glassia, Kamada's intravenous drug for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, a condition that can lead to lung-tissue damage and emphysema. Kamada said it is looking for a partner to develop the treatment for other indications.

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