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Gilead/Bristol Hep C Combo Gets High Marks At EASL, But Its Future Is In Doubt

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All eyes are on Gilead Sciences following the news it may not continue development of GS-7977 alongside Bristol-Myers Squibb’s daclatasvir, though the all-oral pairing produced impressive data in Phase II.

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