BioMarin Fails to Win Approval for Drug to Treat DuchenneBy
FDA told company it didn't hit `substantial evidence' standard
Stock declines, analyst said investors had expected rejection
BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc. failed to win U.S. approval for a drug to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a deadly genetic disease that usually affects young boys.
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