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Brilinta's North America Anomaly Stymies AstraZeneca, Worries Analysts

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Despite ticagrelor's resounding victory over Plavix in the global PLATO study, a subanalysis showing the antiplatelet drug didn't work on North Americans raises questions about how FDA will see the data.

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