Insmed's lung infection drug succeeds in late-stage trial
July 1 (Reuters) - Insmed Inc said a late-stage trial of its experimental lung infection drug showed the therapy was as effective as another approved treatment.
The drug, Arikace, was being tested as a treatment for a bacterial infection in cystic fibrosis patients. The trial met its main goal of showing Arikace was not inferior to Tovi, Novartis's drug for the same infection.
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