CEO of ALK on Chinese waiver: ”Some of the best news ALK has had in years"

On Thursday, ALK reported that the Chinese health authorities has granted dispensation, allowing the company to file dust mite allergy treatment Acarizax for registration despite having an incomplete clinical study.

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”Some of the best news ALK has had in years,” ALK CEO Carsten Hellman tells MarketWire.

Hellmann is referring to the news that the Chinese health authorities have opened the door for ALK to file house dust mite (HDM) treatment Acarizax for registration in China, despite being yet to finish a clinical trial with Chinese patients.

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