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Aventis/Novartis Merger Would Infuse New Blood Into Novartis' Cardiology R&D

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Executive Summary

The combined cardiovascular portfolio would be a strategic fit since Aventis has focused more on acute indications, while Novartis has targeted chronic conditions. Oncology would be largest therapeutic area.

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