It's an exciting time in neuroscience.
At Sage, we are originating meaningfully differentiated drug candidates. We want to transform the practice of medicine and how central nervous system (CNS) disorders are treated. Our robust pipeline is focused on CNS indications where there are limited treatment options.
We are conducting clinical trials in a number of CNS disorders where there is a need for additional treatment options.
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