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Outcomes Data For Pfizer's Inspra Could Give Heart Failure Drug A Jumpstart

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

Pfizer's heart failure drug Inspra (eplerenone) has been a spectacular commercial flop since it officially launched in 2004, but the drug could have renewed potential based on the results of new outcomes data. Pfizer announced May 27 that it is halting recruitment in an outcomes trial evaluating Inspra in a broader patient population early due to positive efficacy

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