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Neurocrine Gets First Drug For Tardive Dyskinesia To FDA

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Neurocrine submits NDA for its VMAT inhibitor valbenazine for tardive dyskinesia, getting to FDA ahead of Teva, which is developing a similar product, deutetrabenazine, for the same indication.

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