Zogenix raises $51 million Series B to take needle-free migraine drug to market

Zogenix recently announced the completion of a $51 million Series B financing round; the funds will be used to launch the company's delivery system Sumavel DosePro, which was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in July. The system delivers the off-patent migraine drug sumatriptan...

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