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Merck Taking Aggressive Approach To Cardiovascular Development

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Despite several setbacks this year, and a major competitor's withdrawal from further R&D in the field, Merck reiterated its commitment to cardiovascular R&D at its annual business review Dec. 9 and outlined an aggressive cardiovascular development program

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