Biomarin's dwarfism drug receives FDA approval

The growth hormone Voxzogo has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a treatment for achondroplasia in children.

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Biomarin's drug against achondroplasia, also known as dwarfism, has had a better start than most, and now the US-based biotech company can add another feather to its cap.

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