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Pfizer’s Torcetrapib Shown Ineffective At Slowing Coronary Plaque Build-Up

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Uncertainty remains as to whether failures are class related or specific to torcetrapib, lead investigator Nissen tells “The Pink Sheet” DAILY.

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