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Shionogi Looks Beyond Crestor to HIV Platform

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

The company's leading HIV candidate, S-349572, is an integrase inhibitor that had the strongest efficacy ever reported for the class in a Phase IIa study.

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