Raptor drug slows loss of muscle control in Huntington study

Raptor Pharmaceutical's (RPTP) RP103 treatment for Huntington's disease (HD) achieved the main goal of a Phase 2/3 trial of 96 patients by slowing the loss of muscle control compared with a placebo.

The results are from the first 18 months of the three-year study. (PR)

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