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> Prolor Biotech says that its Phase II study of an injectable human growth hormone hit its endpoints. Its once-weekly dosing is designed to replace seven daily injections. Story

> Antares Pharma says that it racked up positive results for a study of Vibex, an auto injector product designed to give a rapid subcutaneous injection of methotrexate for RA. Release

> Santarus and the Pharming Group announced that the FDA has accepted their Phase III trial design for rhucin, which is being studied for HAE. Release

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