Prasugrel Could Avoid More Restrictive REMS Options, Lilly Hints
Should a risk management and evaluation strategy accompany approval of Lilly's anti-platelet drug prasugrel, the product may escape the most burdensome REMS options, Lilly hinted during its July 24 earning call
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