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Pfizer Pipeline Update Highlights 85 New Molecular Entities, 14 New Claims

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

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Pfizer will resubmit the NDA for its next-generation selective estrogen receptor modulator lasofoxifene in December with new data, the drug maker said in a pipeline update released Aug. 6

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