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COX-2 Woes May Provide Respite For Drugs Frequently Targeted In Litigation

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

The uproar over COX-2 inhibitors may provide an upside for other drugs that are longstanding litigation targets, such as Lilly's atypical antipsychotic Zyprexa

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