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Arcapta Quality-Of-Life Benefit For Higher Dose Isn't Enough Given Efficacy Data

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Novartis’ experience with its chronic obstructive pulmonary disease drug Arcapta Neohaler is a reminder that while quality-of-life data is nice to have, particularly from a competitive standpoint, it often plays merely a supporting role to clinical efficacy when it comes to product approval.

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