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Pegasys Growth Strategy Will Focus On HIV/HCV Co-Infection And Hepatitis B

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Roche's pegylated interferon product has captured 52% of total Rxs. APRICOT study in HIV/HCV co-infection shows Pegasys/Copegus (ribavirin) combo therapy yields 40% sustained virologic response.

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