Leo Pharma has been developing the medicine tralokinumab for so long that it can now present data for the treament stretching over two years. The drug was already approved earlier this year as a treatment for atopic dermatitis in the EU under the name Adtralza.
The company's new data was presented at the conference for the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV), and according to Vice President at Leo Pharma Bo Bang, Leo Pharma now has an ace up its sleeve.
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