New study reveals "enormous medical value" of Lundbeck's new migraine drug compared to generics, Head of R&D says

Lundbeck's migraine treatment Vyepti is more expensive than traditional treatment options, which are available as generic drugs, but EVP and Head of R&D Johan Luthman says recently publicized phase III data supports the pricing assessment for the drug.

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Lundbeck's newest study of migraine therapy vyepti will not result in new indications for the drug or expand the enclosed patient information leaflet in any major way. Nonetheless, Head of Research and Development at Lundbeck Johan Luthman is pleased about the results.

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