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Galvus “Approvable”: Additional Trial To Be Relatively Small, Short – Novartis

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FDA will likely require Novartis to conduct a clinical trial of the dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor Galvus in a relatively small number of patients that are predisposed to achieving high plasma levels with standard doses of the drug, Novartis Global Pharma Development Head James Shannon said

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