Novartis Respiratory Franchise Sits On FDA Launch Pad; Can It Achieve Orbit?
EXPEDITION clinical program seems to satisfy U.S. requirements for firm’s COPD bronchodilators; now all Novartis needs is approval, some clinical differentiation – and perhaps a marketing partner.
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