Novartis resolute that it acted in good faith on Zolgensma

Novartis contends that the three-month lag between when it discovered Zolgensma data were manipulated and when it reported the issue to FDA was justified and didn't put patients at risk. However, the pharma is doing additional analyses to ensure there is no connection between the assay results in question and the data reported in clinical trials to support the gene therapy's safety and efficacy.

Novartis AG (NYSE:NVS; SIX:NOVN) was caught flat-footed when CBER

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