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Brilinta Approval Shows AstraZeneca's Success With Aspirin Theory, But Can It Change The Market?

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FDA appears to have come around to the "aspirin hypothesis" offered by AstraZeneca PLC to explain poor results for North American patients who took the blood-thinner Brilinta, though labeling takes a somewhat cautious approach that reflects initial concerns about that explanation.

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