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Actelion And Bayer Hope Novel Drugs Can Take Over The Pulmonary Hypertension Market

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Impressive Phase III trial data on Actelion’s macitentan and Bayer’s riociguat generated big noises at the annual meeting of the American College of Chest Physicians in Atlanta and should support regulatory filings for the two therapies.

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