Tasimelteon Tames Circadian Rhythms in Phase III Testing
By Catherine Shaffer
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Advocates for the blind community are hailing new Phase III results for a drug that could provide relief from the debilitating symptoms of non-24-hour syndrome, a disorder in which the body is unable to reset its body clock to a 24-hour day, and which affects a majority of blind people because of the lack of light perception.
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