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TriLipix Exceeding Abbott’s Expectations Shortly After Launch, Execs Say

Executive Summary

Shortly after the launch of TriLipix, Abbott is seeing patients switch from its established fenofibrate TriCor to the next-generation drug- a welcoming sign for the firm, given that TriCor is expected to face generics in 2011

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