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Novartis Eyes Liver Safety Biomarker As Potential Path To Prexige Approval

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Novartis has identified a genetic sequence that may be a risk factor for serious liver injury in patients receiving Prexige (lumiracoxib), a finding that may signal a development path forward for the COX-2 inhibitor

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